Dating Tales: Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse” by Nancy Jo Sales

Picture Courtesy of Urbanette Magazine I find this Vanity Article by Nancy Jo Sales so disheartening.  How empty and shallow the world has become.  I was really turned off by the way the men boasted of their sexual conquests in this article .  However, I am not surprised because it is just the way our … More Dating Tales: Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse” by Nancy Jo Sales

Tuesday Thoughts: Confidently Lost by Sabrina Claudio

My daughter turned me onto Sabrina Claudio’s music this morning.  Sometimes, the lyrics of a song accurately reflect your soul – and this song really describes where I’m at in life.  I am a new fan for sure now.  Be sure to check out her song, Confidently Lost. ~ Mara Prose [Verse 1] I’m alone … More Tuesday Thoughts: Confidently Lost by Sabrina Claudio

Mara Prose Monday: Is Facebook Bad for Your Mental Health? by Allison Abrams

Picture Courtesy of HealthGlu I decided to continue with the theme of Logging Out – cutting back on frivolous and pointless social media activities.  We recently purchased my daughter a new IPhone, but it started to malfunction only a few weeks after receiving it.  We sent it back this past week for an exchange, and … More Mara Prose Monday: Is Facebook Bad for Your Mental Health? by Allison Abrams

Thursday Thoughts: Logging Out: More Real Time, Less Fake Time

Lately, I have become less and less interested in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  These platforms lack very little substance and I am bored with the selfies, the hateful comments and the overall nonsense that is so prominent in these places.  While I can never absolutely disconnect due to my Mara Prose promotions, I can cut … More Thursday Thoughts: Logging Out: More Real Time, Less Fake Time

Dating Tales: Dear ‘Broke’ Men: Don’t Punish A Woman for Not Wanting to Date You by Shantell E. Jamison

Picture Courtesy of NaijaNewsPlus have standards; step up or step out.” – Steve Maraboli You ever meet someone, man or woman, romantic or platonic, real or fake, that makes you feel bad for having standards? I’m talking about those folks who take “humility” to a whole other level (i.e. one that shouldn’t ever be reached)? … More Dating Tales: Dear ‘Broke’ Men: Don’t Punish A Woman for Not Wanting to Date You by Shantell E. Jamison

Mara Prose Monday: A Day With The Girls – Pearland Chico’s Spring Fashion Show

Image courtesy of Chico’s I have always loved fashion and have been known to be a shopaholic, like most women.  Chico’s is hands down is one of my favorite stores.  I have been a faithful shopper since 2003.  After my layoff last year, I interviewed with A’Cynthia Villery, who was the assistant manager at the time, … More Mara Prose Monday: A Day With The Girls – Pearland Chico’s Spring Fashion Show

Friday Preview: Here is a snippet from my debut novel The Davenports: A Battle of Wills

I receive a lot of inquiries about my upcoming novel, especially after reading the prologue.  I decided I would give my Prosers a little preview from one of my chapters.  The Davenports will grace us with their presence December 2017!  Thank you for remaining interested and supportive! ~ Mara Prose Deep in her soul, she … More Friday Preview: Here is a snippet from my debut novel The Davenports: A Battle of Wills