Observations on Sisterhood from “Mama Gena”​

Regena Thomashauer (from Best Self Magazine; photo copyright (c) Bill Miles)

A female friend of mine recently recommended a book whose title is as outrageous (in a good way) as its author, Regena Thomashauer—also known as “Mama Gena.” My friend, aware… Continue reading Observations on Sisterhood from “Mama Gena”​

Interview of Timothy C. Sansone by Teresa Hawley-Howard, domestic violence survivor and women’s empowerment speaker, author, and CASA volunteer

On January 10, I had the pleasure of talking with women’s empowerment advocate Teresa Hawley-Howard on her program Words Have Power, Use Them Wisely.

Teresa is the co-author and compiler of Women on a Mission: Stories of Trials, Tribulation & Triumphs. She is a strong advocate for women’s empowerment through her writing, speaking, and volunteering as a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) for children.

She took the time to not only read my debut women’s success novel Trusting All I Want, but also write a review and interview me about the book.

The 9-minute interview is available here:


I enjoyed the opportunity to meet and talk with Teresa, and I hope you enjoy the interview.