“There’s a whole world in high school in which these kids are facing.”-Patti O’Brien-Richardson, Founder of Curls On The Move.
“I’m very comfortable with change. They say the hardest thing for people to do is change, that is so untrue for me. The hardest thing for me to do is remain the same.”-Sandra Roberts
“To everything there’s a season. To individuals that are going through tribulations right now, this to shall pass. Where you are right now doesn’t have to be your final destination in life.”- Aileen Cunningham
“A lot of beekeeping is trial and error. You have to be willing to be dedicated to it. We’re really dedicated to the cause of having bees in our neighborhood, teaching people about bees.”-Yvonna Kopacz-Wright
Shelia Moses is an award-winning author of several books for young readers including: Joseph’s Grace, The Return of Buddy Bush, I, Dred Scott, The Baptism, The Legend of Buddy Bush, Sallie Gal and the The […]
The great thing about interviewing a high school friend is catching up. The bad thing about interviewing a high school friend is you spend majority of the time laughing and cracking jokes.
Angela Mitchell is the current director of the St. Louis Writers Workshop. Her stories have appeared in literary journals and magazines, including Colorado Review, New South, Carve, Midwestern Gothic, storySouth and others.
Camille Faye lives in Missouri, loves on her family, and writes while her kiddos are in school. Her award-winning novel, Voodoo Butterfly, was inspired by her experiences growing up in a haunted house and her travels to 27 countries and counting!