Trafford Publishing presents: A Motherai??i??s Voice

Posted on April 14, 2014 under Author Blogs
AuthorHouse Author Ernesto Zollo's Secrets of Colours

Without doubt, parents have a considerable ability to shape certain aspect of a childai??i??s life. This influence can be the most joyous and satisfactory component of a parentai??i??s extension of their knowledge. Trafford Publishing author Lisa Morley is an advocate for the contentment one is able to realize through the positive roles they provide. Her journey so far is a testament to the joys of children. Morley relates the robins in springtime to the process of writing her recent book A Motherai??i??s Voice which she has presented in a poemai??i??

Trafford Publishing presents: Written Account

Posted on April 9, 2014 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author Norman Verl Stones

Often grandchildren are left in the dark about the life experiences of their grandparents. Grandchildren commonly take an interest later in life when the opportunity to ask questions is long gone. In order to prevent this from happening, Trafford Publishing author Norman Verl Stones made sure to pen his anecdotes to ensure that this invaluable information is left behind for those that matter most.

Trafford Publishing presents Common English Mistakes to Avoid

Posted on March 27, 2014 under Author Advice
Trafford Publishing: correct your errors

There may be some of you who parallel yourselves with the likes of William Strunk Jr. when it comes to English grammar, but thereai??i??s a good chance you were unaware of at least one of the followingai??i??

Trafford Publishing presents: The Naturally Good Man (3)

Posted on March 21, 2014 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays

Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner is back for the finale of Rod E. Keaysai??i?? three-part series. Keaysai??i?? delves into the exemplary male figures and role models of the past that once influenced malesai??i?? roles in society. These days, there are fewer demands on males from their families and society.

Trafford Publishing presents: The Naturally Good Man (2)

Posted on March 12, 2014 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays

Welcome back to Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner for part two of Rod E. Keays’ three-part series. Continuing from part one, Keays’ discusses the shifting roles men play in our society today, as opposed to the traditional restricted approach. The need to adjust to modern dynamics is certainly evident; present cultural expectations provide men the liberty to function according to their surroundings without constraint.