This new study demonstrates the continuing trend towards more plant-based consumption throughout the United States. Fox News reports: The study, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with So Delicious Dairy Free, examined the eating habits of 2,000 Americans, and found that nearly three in five (59 percent) eat plant-based meals at least once a day. The … Continue reading FOX NEWS: One Third of Americans Identify as Flexitarians — The Plant Based World
When I look back in December 2015 what progress do I hope to see with my blog and my writing? The answer is here. . . Making Progress - My first chapbook.
Stories for Homes is a 526 page book containing 63 stories that raises money for the charity Shelter who does an amazing job at looking after the homeless in the UK. Book launch 13th December 2013.
Well, this is it, one whole year of writing and it has been an intense time. I had no idea just how much I would love the idea of writing down what is in my imagination for other people to read. what have I achieved in that time? I managed to: A year of writing … Continue reading A year of writing and a birthday
Great opportunity if you are a self-published author who has written a family friendly novel that is available for purchase. Opportunity for self-published / indie novelists.
I love memoirs. They serve as an opportunity to tell the world about your life. They are also great for family history. Imagine if your great, great grandmother or father had written about their life and the things they went through - how inspirational would that be. Writing also has a great way of helping … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Annie Laurie Harris memoir “It’s Easier to Dance”
Guest post: Why I Value Failure by Dana Sitar. Failure is a big part of life. The sooner you can let go of your fear about it the quicker you experience success. Or at least that is my experience of it. Failure can keep you stuck and unable to move. Understanding that making a mistake … Continue reading Guest post: Why I Value Failure by Dana Sitar