For the rest of March and all of April, since April will mark one year since the release of My Bipolar Mind: Surviving the Chaos, I want to offer people a more affordable way to read my books for the one year anniversary of my second book and it’s only $5!.
Let’s Welcome back Ryan Rosen as he shares tips on getting jobs that you can start immediately while still recovering from yesterday’s challenges.
The past year was really tough for all of us, and some people experienced bigger challenges than others. Lost income, health issues and social strife are just a few of the issues that you might have faced head-on. Regardless of where you’re coming from, moving forward can be tricky. Thankfully, if you need a sideline to help you get back on your feet, there are lots of options available.
Let’s take a moment to welcome Hayley Zelda to My Bipolar Mind as she shares tips on how to advertise your book online.
Book promotion can feel like a terrifying and mysterious art to many writers, but the good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. With some planning and studying, you can start building a buzz around your work and reach a wider audience. Below are surefire ways to make that happen.
A fellow blogger and mental health warrior, Raina from Raina Zeals, asked me to check out some of her products from the store on her website/blog so I could give her an honest review. And I have to say, I was highly impressed. All of her products support mental health awareness and I think that is absolutely spectacular.
Hi, My name is Rissa and I am a Pure Romance Consultant. Continue reading to learn more. It is greatly appreciated!
Even for couples who have lived happily together for years, being quarantined together can open up a whole new can of worms! It can sometimes rock even the smoothest of waters.
I am ecstatic right now! Today, April 18th, 2020, I found out that the re-release of my memoir “My Bipolar Mind” has made the #1 New Release spot on Amazon for Bipolar Disorder!
I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award!
Almost everyone gets songs stuck in their head once every week or two. Called “earworms” or “brainworms,” and they can be pleasant and relaxing, or a complete nightmare. Read on to find out how to get this song processed and out of your head.
Today, I would like you to give a warm welcome to a special guest – and new dear friend of mine, Author Dyane Harwood. Dyane took a timeout to participate in a fun Q&A session with us for her book Birth of a New Brain–Healing From Postpartum Bipolar Disorder. I hope you enjoy reading Dyane’s answers as much as I enjoyed asking her the following questions.
Have you ever wondered what a teacher really thought of you, or thinks of your child? Have you ever wondered what a teacher’s inner thoughts were or if they actually believe in that saying, “There is no such thing as a stupid question.”
15 Mistakes Moms Made That Got 911 Called On Them.
Sometimes unfortunate, unforeseen circumstances happen that can shatter our entire world and everything we know. They can leave us feeling like the walls are crashing down around us. Accidents happen every day, and they are something that we are, unfortunately, unable to predict or prevent them.
Pregnancy is, without a doubt, a wonderful and glorious time in a woman’s life. From the moment a woman finds out that she is growing a tiny life inside of her belly, their life changes forever. Most women celebrate this… Read More ›
Introduction to my article “Families Who Survived The Odds”