The Edible Sense: Trafford Publishing on Taste Relation

Posted on November 26, 2014 under Author Advice

The relationship humans have with food is passionate to say the least. Food is primal, you are what you eat – why not use the sense of taste to appeal to the reader?

Trafford Publishing: Meet the McAlisterai??i??s (Part 2)

Posted on September 29, 2014 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author J.S. Delaney

Welcome back to Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner as J.S. Delaney returns to provide a sneak preview of the next book in the McAlister series, The Glory of Honor. In part 1, Delaney shared what readers should expect from her first two titles, along with her desire to express applicable social issues and values through her series in order to address some of the more complex concerns in a way that everyone can relate to.

Trafford Publishing: Meet the McAlisterai??i??s (Part 1)

Posted on September 26, 2014 under Author Blogs
Trafford Publishing author J.S. Delaney

Trafford Publishing author J.S. Delaney has demonstrated that literary fiction is an effectual platform to communicate such issues. Delaneyai??i??s book series ai??i?? centered on the McAlister family ai??i?? has provided her the opportunity extend her thoughts, as well as address social issues and interpersonal values in an unbiased and relatable fashion. Delaney joins the Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner to share a few words on her motivation, creation and rationale behind Color of Grace, The Spy in Me, and future titles in the McAlister seriesai??i??

Trafford Publishing: Honoring our Differences

Posted on August 23, 2014 under Author Blogs

Author Cecelia May Brown is among many of us who are confounded by the way the world stands presently. We welcome Brown back to Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner for another earnest blog contribution.”

Trafford Publishing: Rising of an African Spirit (part 2)

Posted on August 19, 2014 under Author Blogs
Back from the Dead by Trafford Publishing author Knox Mahlaba

In this final installment, Mahlaba stresses that by personally identifying oneself with heritage, culture and oneai??i??s own society, many beneficial outcomes are realized, including the moderation of racism in society. Furthermore, the ability and desire of children to construct a positive view of themselves based on comparisons with other groups assumes positive social identity development in a subjective form.