14 Things I learned from my Grandmother–Leenna

I was lucky to have known both of my grandmothers, even as an adult. They taught me in vastly different ways, vastly different things. My paternal Gran reminded me of Granny Weatherwax, except my Gran had lots of children, and … Continue reading 14 Things I learned from my Grandmother–Leenna

Gram without Boundaries—Katie McCoach

This week’s guest post is of special interest to writers and creatives. Katie McCoach wears many hats: developmental editorial coach, book reviewer, and writer. I’ve asked Katie to put on her writer’s cap for this post. Her brief: write about … Continue reading Gram without Boundaries—Katie McCoach

14 Things I Have Learned From My Grandmothers–Melissa Rose

Melissa Rose is a Canadian bookworm, who, with her easy-going and frank manner, is one of the friendliest bloggers I’ve met online. I wondered if some of her interests, and her wonderful sense of humor, had been inherited from her … Continue reading 14 Things I Have Learned From My Grandmothers–Melissa Rose

What I learned From My Grandmother–Inge Saunders

My first ever guest-poster is from Cape Town. Inge Saunders is a fellow South African writer and blogger. Inspired to write romance by her grandmother, here she is to start things off in our celebration honoring grandmothers. Thank you Leenna … Continue reading What I learned From My Grandmother–Inge Saunders