Allia Zobel Nolan‘s favorite books are those that “make people laugh and those that bring folks closer to God.” A former senior editor at Reader’s Digest and a prolific writer, she’s written nearly 200 books. She’s currently collaborating with the EBWW on publishing Laugh Out Loud: 40 Women Humorists Celebrate Then and Now…Before We Forget. The humor anthology will feature a mixture of Zobel Nolan’s essays and “fall-on-the-floor-and-roll-around-in-stitches” humorous, […]
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I admit it. I’m a worrywart. And I’ve been one all my life. In fact, worrying is my life. From the time I put my foot out of the bed, to the moment I lay my head on the pillow, I’m a bundle of nerves.
Of course, recent world events haven’t helped matters. And COVID-19 has me off the charts with anxiety. Admittedly, I was always near the edge, on high alert for earthquakes, tornadoes, […]
Do you obsess about everything from global warming and bridge collapses to wrinkles, failure and the return of polyester? And now are you biting your nails (keep your hands away from your face) because of COVID-19?
The second edition of Allia Zobel Nolan‘s The Worrywart’s Prayer Book can help you cope. Written before the coronavirus pandemic to address the general fears the author had on a daily basis, the book uses anecdotal stories, […]
Allia Zobel Nolan’s newest book, What I Like About You: A Book about Acceptance, teaches children to accept and celebrate the worth of others, no matter where they come from or what they look like.
The book is a sequel to the bestseller and Mom’s Choice Award title, What I Like About Me: A Book Celebrating Differences, a popular children’s book about self-esteem.
With fun photos, diversity messages, instructive notes for parents and children, […]
(Editor’s Note: This piece by Allia Zobel Nolan originally ran in The News-Times on Nov. 4, 2019).
Politics. We can’t live with it. We can’t live without it. It’s in the pawfront of our daily lives. And now more so than ever. Small wonder, when the time comes, we the people are panicking about choosing the right leaders — whether it’s a government official, the head of the PTA, or even our book club president. […]