Women and Adversity

Women and Adversity: Cheryl A. S. Hurley Guest Blogger Leadership, Mindset and Wellness Coach

September 12, 2019

Change is inevitable! We face change every day of our lives, and change can have a different impact on our lives. My personal experiences amid chaos became my teacher. I learned how t ...

Women and Adversity: Jenni Barnett, Australian Historical Novelist, Part II

August 22, 2019

In Native Companions, the first book in her Dreamtime Mysteries series, Jenni Barnett writes about aboriginal culture through the eyes of her protagonist, Rex Graham. Rex continues his search for ...

Women and Adversity: Jenni Barnett, Australian Historical Novelist, Part I

August 8, 2019

I met Australian native Jenni Barnett on a cruise to the Panama Canal. Her personal story as well as her series, Dreamtime Mysteries, are fascinating enough to break into two posts at my Women a ...

Women and Adversity: Judy L. Mandel Writer, Memoirist

July 25, 2019

Judy L. Mandel self-published her memoir, Replacement Child, in 2009 then released the ebook in 2011. When thousands of the ebooks sold, she contacted agent, Rita Rosenkranz, who in 2015 notif ...

Women and Adversity: Nina Amir Blogger, Nonfiction Author

July 11, 2019

  I became familiar with Nina Amir when I bought her book, How to Blog a Book. Her books and her website are a treasure trove of information that offer many opportunities to succeed. She ...

Women and Adversity: Sara Ackerman, Author

June 27, 2019

At her website, Sara Ackerman states that her motto is “Patience and Perseverance.” She had written three novels——still unpublished——before she attempted historical fiction. The result ...

Women and Adversity: Lady Deborah Moody, First Woman Landowner in America by Guest Blogger Lynn Andrews

June 13, 2019

Lady Deborah Moody (1580-1659) was born in London from a wealthy family. Once her husband died and her son sold most of the family land, she became associated with the Anabaptists, a Protestant ...

Women and Adversity: Robin Houghton, Part II Award-winning Poet, Blogger, Author

May 23, 2019

In Part I, British writer Robin Houghton explains how she tried for 30 years to get her poetry published and finally succeeded in 2010. She now has about 100 poems published, has won several poe ...

Women and Adversity: Robin Houghton, Part I Award-winning Poet, Blogger, Author

May 9, 2019

  Determination is the keyword to describe Robin Houghton. She chose a career in marketing but says she tried for more than 30 years to get her poetry published. In 2009 her goal was to ...

Women and Adversity: Ann B. Ross, Part II, Novelist, New York Times Bestselling Miss Julia Series

April 25, 2019

  Ms. Ross was so thorough in answering my questions that I felt it was necessary to post them in two parts.  Here is the link to Women and Adversity: Ann B. Ross, Part I ...

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