Dyslexia and Anxiety

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Do you have a child with dyslexia? Do they suffer from anxiety? Here are some tips from “Dyslexics are Orchids, Mothers are Gardeners” by James O’Leary, MD and Cindy Jayne Brewer: Tips for Anxiety: Change the goal from trying to eliminate the worry to learning how to manage it. You can never eliminate uncertainty and discomfort. So, help your child … Read More

New Release!

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Dyslexics Are Orchids – Mothers Are Gardeners Click the link below to the press release: https://www.prlog.org/12791823-dyslexics-are-orchids-mothers-are-gardeners.html

Are You Stuck?

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It’s Time to Get Unstuck! Life is constantly changing and always moving forward. We all have the same 24 hours a day and 168 hours a week. If you aren’t moving forward with your life’s vision – you are stuck. If you feel stuck where you are, you must choose to move. You can’t afford to waste any more time … Read More

A Writer’s Tribute

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Toni Morrison was an American novelist, essayist, editor, teacher and professor emeritus at Princeton University. Her first novel, The Bluest Eye, was published in 1970. The critically acclaimed Song of Solomon brought her national attention and won the National Book Critics Circle Award. She is being remembered around the world for her literary contribution. Open Pages Publishing, LLC sends regards … Read More

Stop the Comparison Game

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Do you feel left out? Do you feel slighted?  Do you feel like the world is just passing you by? STOP! Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” This is so true. We all get caught up in the comparison game. Why would you want to compare yourself to others? Why not stop … Read More

Moving Out Soon?

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You Need These Tips! Moving out on your own? Or, know someone that is? This book is for you. Until you are confronted with taking care of yourself and a home, many people do not realize what is involved. It can be overwhelming to some and totally frustrating to others. Life is meant to be enjoyed. If you equip yourself … Read More

Graduation Time!

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Is your teen “life ready”? We have all attended a graduation at some time or another. There is always an excellent speaker who talks about their future and what should or shouldn’t be included. Most times we won’t hear anything about if they were truly prepared for life. Other than their normal classes, were they taught anything about cleaning, cooking … Read More

Student Loans – Last Resort

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Student Loans Should be Last Resort Student loans are both a blessing and a curse to college students all across the country. On one hand, student loans allow you to have the money you need in many cases to attend college at all. On the other hand, most college students, particularly those entering college for the first time have inflated … Read More

Your Book – Your Responsibility

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Unleash the Marketing Power of the Internet It’s no longer adequate to write a book, put up your Website, and expect people to find you. You need to maximize your websites value through interactivity, sharing, and building relationships. Leveraging social media marketing to build your platform and to make yourself stand out from the crowd is not that difficult. I’ve … Read More

Nominated 2019 Top Female Author Award

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I’ve been nominated for my book “Teens Dodging Bullets” in the 2019 Top Female Authors Award Contest! It’s always so exciting when someone receives value from my books and takes the effort to nominate me in a contest. Thank you to everyone who purchases and/or leaves comments for my books on the different platforms (website, Facebook, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, … Read More