by Hannah Howe Daniel Morgan, my advocate in Saving Grace, was influenced by Sir William Garrow, pictured (13th April 1760 - 24th September 1840). Garrow was a barrister, politician and judge who radically reformed the judical system. Indeed, his reforms ushered in the adversarial court system used in most common law nations today. He introduced … Continue reading A Hero
Melanie P Smith, Executive Editor | Graphic Designer Melanie P. Smith was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has an Associates of Science degree in Marketing, a bachelor’s in business management, and a Masters Certificate in Conflict Resolution, Negotiation and Mediation. Melanie served as a support member in Law Enforcement for 26 … Continue reading Meet Mom’s Team #1
by Mansel Jones The 1960s opened with the Shadows and Cliff Richard dominating the charts. The Shadows, who began as the Drifters, only to change their moniker because of the American band of the same name, had their first hit with Apache. However, even that success pales when compared to Cliff Richard, who had six … Continue reading The Swinging Sixties
Women and Weightlifting - What Are We So Afraid Of by Christine Ardigo Many years ago, I belonged to an all woman’s gym. I’d strut in with my fluorescent orange leotard, tie dye bike shorts and perfect white Reeboks and head straight to the aerobics room. My friend and I parked ourselves in the front … Continue reading Women and Weightlifting
by Anna Rashbrook All of my writing has horses in there somewhere and that’s not just because of a lifelong obsession with them! I have worked for a long time in horse based therapy and they do indeed reflect how we are feeling. In Challenger, Joanna, Diane and Ray find the answers to a lot … Continue reading Do Horses Really Reflect Us?
Off the Beaten Track Thompson Pass to Keystone Canyon by Cherime MacFarlane If Denali is the cherry on top of Alaska, Keystone Canyon is one of the yummy little nuts scattered on top the ice cream. Near the town of Valdez, and formed by the Lowe River, its walls are almost perpendicular. The gorge, 3 … Continue reading Thompson Pass to Keystone Canyon
Eighth-grader Writes and Publishes Best-Selling Book on Mental Toughness and Grit by Mary Nhin He’s 14 and he’s already accomplished what most of us only dream of. Middle-schooler, Kobe Nhin has written and self-published a book titled, How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas on Amazon. His book was funded through Kickstarter in 6 days. On … Continue reading Mom’s Favorite Reads Young Writers