Love, Loss and Moving On: My Interview With Harriet Bronson

Luanne StevensonArticle first published as Love, Loss and Moving On: Interview With Harriet Bronson, Former Wife of Charles on Blogcritics....more

Conductive Education~ helping children with motor challenges

Luanne StevensonArticle first published as Diane Sawyer's "American Heart": Cincinnati Grandmother Founds School for Children with Motor Difficulties on Blogcritics. “Impossible situations can become possible miracles.”~ Robert H. Schuller  ...more

George and Pearl; A true love story for Valentine's Day

Luanne StevensonArticle first published as One True Love Story for Valentine's Day on Blogcritics....more

My Interview with Dana Precious

Luanne StevensonArticle first published as Interview: Dana Precious, Author of Born under a Lucky Moon on Blogcritics. Dana Precious is the author of Born Under A Lucky Moon; a new novel that’s being released on February 8, 2011. It's publisher is William Morrow, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers....more

Enter The Born Under A Lucky Moon Contest:

Luanne StevensonThe Born Under A Lucky Moon Contest: Have you been to the mall lately? Have you noticed that many of the store isles are colored in red? That’s probably because another big Hallmark Card giving-day is quickly approaching; Valentine’s Day. Why not be original this year and skip the red roses or Dutch chocolate? Surprise your mom or “cupid-cutie” with a gift that’s made with love, family love that is....more

Book Review: "Born Under A Lucky Moon", by Dana Precious

Luanne StevensonArticle first published as Book Review: Born Under A Lucky Moon by Dana Precious on Blogcritics. Susan Elizabeth Phillips, the respected New York Times bestselling author, was recently quoted; “Lucky the reader who picks up this funny, charming, and touching debut novel. I loved it.”...more

I’m really excited to be working on this book, and just finished reading it myself. I loved it! ...more

Resilience ; a needed trait for the entrepreneurial spirit

 I was covering  a story for Mary!Mag and I signed up for a story on WEB, Women Entrepreneurs in Baltimore. I needed to find out what the inspiration was for the founders in creating this organization, which helps women become business owners. I signed up for the assignment, because like so many people who lost their jobs due to the economy, I needed to reinvent myself this year and join the mid-life career changers group. I went from teacher to writer overnight and still struggle to learn my new niche as I work hard to find fulltime employment....more