Daryl Hajek has published two books with a third in the making. He took the self-publishing route and in this interview gives some marketing advice. Oh, and he’s deaf, which is a reoccurring theme in his writing.Read more "Learn from a self published deaf author"
Chiradeep Patra, 40 years old from Cuttack, India, found himself alone, scared and coughing blood. After hospital treatment he believes God has answered his prayers to keep his wife from suffering.Read more "Coughing blood, saved by God"
The Paris attacks of November 13, 2015, led to numerous hate actions against Muslims. Mosques in Western countries were vandalized. Muslims were openly threatened in the streets. Haidy El Desouky, 25, is an Egyptian Muslim woman. In this interview she talks about the fear Muslims have of people from the West.Read more "The Paris attacks from a Muslim point of view"
“Friends have failed me,” says Caroline, who wishes to keep her last name out. She’s found her strength through Jesus and her husband. Today, she’s survived cancer for 18 years.Read more "18 years cancer survivor: “In treatment, and in life, Jesus.”"
Days after the tragic events of 9/11 a photo was found in the streets. It came from an office on the 77th floor of the South Tower. 13 years later it was returned to the owner. This is an incredible story about the power of social media and how people from around the world can come together.Read more "A 9/11 photo returned after 13 years"
Ryan Lill has an upcoming debut album and his first single, Coming Out, is toplist quality. In this interview, he shares his own coming out story.Read more "Ryan Lill – Coming Out"
Katarina de Bourg is a figure skating choreographer and costume designer. We talk about the importance of fabric, how choreographs are made, as well as her work with Swedish visual kei artist Yohio.Read more "Dressing a figure skater"
Attitude is the leading British gay magazine. Editor Matthew Todd talks about its relevance and what the gay scene has been like the past two decades.Read more "Attitude Magazine editor Matthew Todd on being gay in Britain"
Marilyn Glinka is the founder of Emgie Libris. Her trade? Handmade notebooks. We discuss crafts, tools and funny names.Read more "Emgie Libris: The art behind handcrafted notebooks"
Are we all just big babies who can’t wait to grow up? Do we merely follow the rules of society and in the footsteps of others, desperately trying to grow into what everyone else already is? That’s the psychology theory of blogger Colisnicencu Daniel.Read more "Grow Up Proper – a big baby take on social habits"