Leonore H. Dvorkin

Leonore’s List – New Ad Site for the Visually Impaired

Denver-based author and editor Leonore H. Dvorkin has created an ad platform exclusively for ads placed by and aimed at the blind and those with other disabilities. Titled Leonore’s List, the new site has a number of ad categories, including employment, housing, services, organizations, publications, products, and more. According to the guidelines for ads on…

My Friend Suhana

LHP Children’s Titles Recommended by the CNS Foundation

The following post was first posted on Examiner. The Loving Healing Press (LHP) based in Ann Arbor, MI, has produced many healing and uplifting books in categories like non-fiction, self-help, memoirs, health, fiction, and poetry. More recently, the children’s books produced by the press have seen a wider recognition in and outside the US. A…

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Reassessing What the Right Diet Is

According to Professor Timothy Sharp of The Happiness Institute, having the right mindset can greatly contribute to one’s success in the process of losing weight. Losing weight does not have to be viewed in a negative fashion. If one is dieting for the right reasons, he or she can engage in healthy, short-term diets and succeed.…

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Don’t Tell Your Kids They Are Smart

Dishing out verbal praise has become the norm among modern parents, but it could be doing more harm than good. In fact, research has shown that telling kids they’re smart leads them to take the easy way out by doing things they know they’re good at instead of challenging themselves. What’s behind all this, and…

The Streetcar-Tamed Desire

The Streetcar-Tamed Desire

Set in modern day Portland, Oregon, The Streetcar-Tamed Desire starts as the story of Michael Childress, a young ad executive whose desire for a car is pressed under the frown of his environmentalist wife, Magdelen. The plot soon thickens and weaves around more characters – each interesting in its own way and engaged in conflict…