Praise for The Pippa Effect

Rebekah Zanders has written an enjoyable, entertaining, and thoughtful novel, The Pippa Effect.  The author follows her characters as they confront potential international business partners who are deceptive about themselves. The story moves fast and is well-written. There’s great character development; one gets to know them and feels they have been friends for a long time. Pippa

Forever Young

It’s a shame we don’t meet our parents until they are already firmly rooted in adulthood.  We forget that they were once irresponsible carefree teenagers, challenging adolescents, and inquisitive children.  We weren’t around when they got their first kiss… or their first heart break.  We didn’t get to see them striking a pose or being

Spreading Love…

Trying to get my head around all the hate this pandemic has generated. So here are a few of my thoughts (bear with me)… There was a day when medicine bottles (and food containers in general) did not have any tamper proof packaging. Now, we have a plastic rim around the peanut butter jar AND