A few weeks ago I spoke with a publisher and she told me in a very nice way that I wasn’t Nicholas Sparks or a best selling author. I thought to myself I know, I’m Brooke Copher and I’m in a category all of my own. I’m not sure if I consider myself only a … More What Kind of Author Am I?
I am somebody! You should tell yourself that every day. Believe it and others will too. We all want to feel important. We want to know that we are valued and respected. Some of us need that feeling more than others. Recently I was with a friend and we were waiting on a table. I … More It’s The Middletown Mommy Blogger
I wonder if you are feeling like me right now. You are wearing many hats. Mommy, wife(not me), teacher, etc. I never realized how important transitions were until last week. Now, I see why Sydney relies on them so much. Transitions saved me. When I wake up, I am mommy until I get both kids … More We All Need Transitions
Yesterday I received a message from a reader. He wanted me to blog on a certain topic. When I told him I really wasn’t familiar with that topic. He went on to explain a scenario to me and then wanted my feedback. Still I reminded him that I didn’t have the background knowledge and didn’t … More I Talk About Things That I Know
If I write it, they will read it. At least that is what has happened in the past year. I never got blogger’s burnout. I never had writer’s block yet. Maybe because Copher’s Community has so much excitement going on each day of the week. Well, the time has to come for us to say … More If I Write It…
A year ago today is the day that I reclaimed my life. I made a strong choice to share A Woman’s Work with the world. My blog has helped me fight and get my name back. When I think for a moment. I can’t believe how far I have come. During the past year I … More My Year of Blogging
Israel, Australia, Netherlands, Finland, New Zealand and Ghana. These are just a few of the countries that my blog has reached. When I sat down last week to review my data from A Woman’s Work. I cried. I cried tears of joy. I sang my praises unto God. The joy I felt meant that I … More Where In The World is Oman?