The October 2022 choice for the Storytellers of Appalachia Book Club will be “Fury in the Shadows” by Christian mystery and romance author Rebecca Hemlock.
Can writer’s block be treated with power foods? One author says, “Yes.”
Memorial Day is to honor those who were killed in action. For some veterans, though, the war never left, and we’re losing them to suicide.
Author Gwen Alyce Clayton will be at Indie Bookstore Day, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 at Cicada Books and Coffee, 604 16th Street West in Huntington, West Virginia.
The Best Western Luxbury Inn has new owners. And their story is inspirational. Check it out in this blog post.
Local leaders explore the possibility of tourism being part of Eastern Kentucky’s recovery from the coal industry’s decline.
Media releases are the best way to get your message out to the public at large.
Black History Month doesn’t have to be about wokeism or virtue signaling. It’s just like any other aspect of history that we celebrate at certain times of the year, yet it causes some people to roll their eyes and dismiss it as tokenism or pandering to a particular voting bloc.
Rivervine LLC is now officially headquartered in the City of Ashland, Kentucky. Today, I’m going to walk you through the steps I went through to get my business established. #homebasedbusiness
If you have been out in public for any amount of time during the month of December, I’m sure you’ve heard that song by Amy Grant, the one that goes “No more lives torn apart, that wars would never start, and time would heal all hearts … This is my grown up Christmas list.” I’mContinue reading “Did Amy Grant ever get her grownup Christmas wish granted?”