What Happened To Red Rooster When a Visitor Came Written by: Stephanie Horton Illustrated by: Chase Walker Grade Level: PK-3 Red Rooster was the biggest, most beautiful chick on the farm. So what happened to Red Rooster when a visitor came? Read Stephanie Horton's hilarious tale of the loudest bird ...
One Moore Book
Do your clients enjoy being with you? If they do, they will bring you business. If not, someone else will get the call. The simple way to make sure your clients like you -- and want to do business with you -- is to mind your manners. That's right! In the competitive field of hospitality sales, t...
Stephanie A. Horton
Hospitality Masters Press
Nervous before introducing your boss to a new client? Find yourself confused by multiple knives and forks at a dinner party? Wonder why you keep getting passed over for promotions or second dates? This book is for you. Business and personal relationships alike take attention and dedication, and it a...
Stephanie Horton, Stephanie Rowland
Top Dog Etiquette
Affective Disorder and the Writing Life interrogates the mythos of the 'mad writer' through lived experience, literary analysis, writerly reflection and contemporary neuroscience. It explores how affective disorders colour, drive and sometimes silence the writing mind – and how affective difference...
Stephanie Stone Horton
Most people have been or will become a target for a bully. Read Stephanie Horton's tale about Abbott the Rabbit when a pesky bully is suddenly and surprisingly saved by the very same person he bullied in My Bully, My Buddy, My Friend.
How does affective madness influence the social understanding of writers and other artists, or shape the creative act itself? In a 15-year longitudinal study at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, a study little known outside of psychiatry, 80 per cent of the writers reported either living with, or having h...