I’m a very private person, but I feel the need to share this in hopes that it will help someone who is going through. Depression is real, and it’s nothing of which to be ashamed. Three years ago, I was
This month marks an anniversary of sorts for me. Eleven years ago, I made a life-changing decision to move back to Birmingham, Alabama, and to ultimately end my first marriage. It’s not something I talk about often. As a Christian,
Today marks my fifth wedding anniversary to my boo thang, Greg Splond. Anyone who has been married for longer than five minutes knows that marriage is hard work, even on a good day. Just like all couples, we’ve had our
I’ve known since I was 14 years old that I’ve wanted to write books, but I didn’t sit down to actually write one until after I had my daughter in 2004–almost 20 years later. I don’t think it was a
The fact that you’ve been drawn to the post tells me a lot about you. You’re at a point where either you’ve had this idea to put pen to paper for a while, or someone has planted a seed in you that has you wondering if you have what it takes to write a book.
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Have you ever found yourself earnestly praying for something from God only to get mad when the blessing arrives because it didn’t come in the form or package you wanted? I was having a conversation with a friend the other
Don’t tell me what God can’t do. This is a year of celebration for me because it is the tenth anniversary of me publishing my first book, Spin It Like That, and I’ve decided it will also be a year