Love is Love – #Orlando

For those of us who see the Orlando shootings as not just horrific, but also a hate crime against the LGBTQ+ community, this has been a very hard few days to get through.

HerStory: Beverly Jenkins – Celebrating the Unsung

For me, Women’s History Month is every month because in doing research for my historicals, I invariably come across women who are I like to term – unsung. Women whose names and accomplishments have been lost through time.

HerStory: Simone St. James – Love, War & History

The 1920s are usually signified by the carefree flapper with her bobbed hair, which was true, but there was a sad underside to all of the freedom and the partying. So many young men had died that potential husbands were few. Most of the flappers you see in those old photographs had lost a brother, a cousin, a neighbor, a father to the war.