Book Review: The Girl in the Red Boots by Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD

Tweet In her psychotherapy practice, Dr. Judith Ruskay Rabinor began to explore the importance of the mother-daughter relationship to her patients, many of whom were dealing with eating disorders. While helping others connect with their unexamined trauma, she turned her … Continue reading

Author Claudia Mills Talks About Crafting a Three-Dimensional Mother-Daughter Relationship

Tweet As part of the blog tour for Claudia Mills and her new book Zero Tolerance, the author is sharing her thoughts on the mother-daughter relationship in her book. Mills’s  insight about her characters is relevant to real mothers and … Continue reading

Interview With Kimberley Griffiths Little, Author of The Healing Spell

Tweet Recently, I caught up with author Kimberley Griffiths Little, asking her to tell us a little bit more about herself and her book, The Healing Spell. Here’s the interview: Tell us a little bit about how you got the … Continue reading

Book Review: The Healing Spell by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Tweet Livie’s mama lies in a coma inside their little home near a Louisiana bayou. While Livie’s daddy and her sisters can help care for her mama, she can’t bring herself to touch her. And Livie holds a powerful secret … Continue reading

Interview with Lauren Kessler, Author of My Teenage Werewolf

Tweet In addition to teaching at the University of Oregon, Lauren Kessler is the author of several narrative nonfiction books, including Stubborn Twig, which tells the story of Japanese internment camps during World War II, and Dancing With Rose. In … Continue reading

Book Review: My Teenage Werewolf by Lauren Kessler

Tweet Worried that she was losing touch with her teen daughter, author Lauren Kessler did what few moms would be willing to do: immerse herself in middle school classrooms, locker rooms and cafeterias, taking notes all the while to turn … Continue reading

Book Review: The Threadbare Heart by Jennie Nash

Tweet In The Threadbare Heart, Jennie Nash has written a story of love, loss, family and the many forms each of those can take. There’s love for a lifetime, love to help you heal, parental love, and love found when … Continue reading

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