Tag Archives: Children's Books

Stories, Stigma, and Self-Care

Volume II / Issue 10 — 11 May 2021 May is Mental Health Awareness Month—a time to focus on the various aspects of both our wellness and our well-being. From self-care to stigma-related beliefs, our mental health is always a…


All Things Food

Volume II / Issue 9 — 27 April 2021 Regardless of what you eat, how you eat, or when you eat, eating is one of those things we all do. Well, mostly. Sometimes, eating can be a challenge for various…


Being Willing

Volume II / Issue 8 — 13 April 2021 What does it mean to “be willing?” There’s the obvious answer, of course, but I think it goes deeper than that. There’s a reason that it’s, “Ready, Willing, and Able,” and not…


Working Together

Volume II / Issue 2 — 19 January 2021 When I first had the idea for IOM, I was pretty much on my own. Six years ago, I ran the concept past a friend of mine who had been in…


New Year – New Author

Volume II / Issue 1 — 5 January 2021 A new year often calls for declarations of “new” behaviors, thoughts, or ideas. More often than not, the milestone of opening a new calendar invites exploration of dreams, hopes, desires, and…


When the World Went Quiet—LAPALME Magazine

27 September 2020 — LAPALME Magazine LAPALME magazine highlights author Tia Martina’s new children’s book, When the World Went Quiet, with illustrator Kelly Ulrich. Read the full article.


When the World Went Quiet—Greenwich Sentinel

9 October 2020 — The Greenwich Sentinel Author Martina Faulkner (aka: Tia Martina) sits down with journalist Anne Semmes to discuss her new children’s book, When the World Went Quiet, illustrated by Canadian artist Kelly Ulrich. Read the full article.