Interview with a Mother: Autumn Lindsey

I thought I was alone. Of course, I knew there were other moms who wrote just like me out there typing out there hearts while a child sat in her lap. But I didn’t there was another mother trying to help writing moms. Not only that, but we had a proper name.  Writer Moms. She changed my mind with this. Helped me realize that writer moms are not alone, not even in the area of helping them. She has a Facebook group, like[Read more]

Moms Who Write -Deanne Welsh

You know that writing is a difficult job, especially as a mom. But in this interview writing coach, mother and amazing writer Deanne Welsh is here to share how you can be an unstoppable writer.  1. Tell us about your family.My husband Jonathan and I met on eHarmony, and although we have mutual friends, it may have been years if we had waited to meet through them.  Jon says he knew he wanted to marry me on our first date, while I[Read more]

Interview With a Father: Frank McKinley

I always thought it would be fun to interview a father and get their side of writing life with kids, so I’m honored to interview Frank McKinley.  He is a published Author. Founder of the Tribe Builder’s Network (Join the group Facebook group HERE.) Writing Coach and has over 26,000 books sold. Thank you for letting me pick your brain, Frank.1. Please tell us about your family.I met my wife Missy 29 years ago at a Christmas party. As soon as I laid[Read more]

Moms Who Write: Aditi Wardhan Singh

I had the joy of interviewing Aditi Wardhan Singh this week for Moms Who Write. We met while working on the book 100 Moms, One Journey. She offered feedback to any mom who wanted it. 100 moms!  You can see her love for people in the way she lends her time and expertise, and feel her passion for writing in every word she writes. She is a contributor for the Huffington Post, and has been featured on sites like Happiest Mama and Richmond Moms. And she[Read more]

Moms Who Write: Jennifer Millikin

This week I was able to interview mom and published author, Jennifer Millikin. She is inspiring. When I grow up as a writer I want to be just like her. She has two published books, a gorgeous site, and yet is a down-to-earth mom who doesn’t always have time to put on make up. Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed, Jennifer! Let’s start with the best part. What’s your family like? My family is full of personality. The moments are never[Read more]