The author of the steamy romances "Scruples" and "Princess Daisy" sold more than 85 million books worldwide.
Toni Morrison is a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer whose novels like “Beloved” unapologetically depict the African-American experience. #BlackGlory #BlackHistoryMonth
2. Expect obstacles and prepare yourself It was in Shinbuya in Tokyo together with my wife. We were standing on this big
The more I wrote, the more I felt like I was Lucy in the I Love Lucy episode where there are too many chocolates coming down
For more tips on living a healthy stress free life check out my book Be Fearless: Change Your Life in 28 Days. 3. Stick with
As Michelson writes, "the process of trying to feel better can make us feel worse."  Often as patients we feel a sense of
SO: I admire those who against all odds never give up and never lose hope. JA: What advice you would give to young people
Your best support might come from fellow parents. They'll understand your emotions and you can be each other's best buddies
Have you ever wanted to be a best-selling author? Well, it's much easier than you think even if you self-publish.
“I prance down the runway like a queen, my body dripping with jewels. Like a lioness, I sway from side to side, moving to
What was it like growing up with America's most iconic comedian? Author, podcaster and all-around smart lady, Kelly Carlin dishes with me on what it was like to have George Carlin as her Dad.
I want to share a beautiful story with you about a romantic environmental adventure novel I wrote 20 years ago that reunited two dear high school friends. My dear friend and I shared a very special friendship bond and we ate lunch together everyday until we both graduated.
Marc Tyler Nobleman is the author of books including Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman, Brave Like My Brother, and
Whether this sounds snarky or not it needs to be said, and I guess I'm going to be the one to say it. Please stop talking sh*t to writers.
I’ve always been extremely hard on myself. I think those of us who struggle with depression almost always are. I know that
Writers often behave like smart people. When they're not reading a lot of books, they're sitting alone somewhere staring at a blank piece of paper or a computer screen or a wall.