Duck Dynasty's Miss Kay, the matriarch of the Robertson family, released her first children's book this week, with D Is for Duck Calls, which takes children on a journey through the alphabet as they learn about the world of Duck Commander.
Some women grow up dreaming about becoming a noted author, but Miss Kay never had the desire or the belief that she'd one day author not only one book but three, among them being a children's book. But when she talks about the fond memories she has of her childhood library in Ida, Louisiana, and the library she created for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren at her home, it's easy to see how it is that Miss Kay has added children's book author to her ever-growing list of titles.
"When I was a little girl I hung out at the town library. I came from a town of 250 people. We only had maybe four buildings that we considered in the town and one red light. So that little library was one of my favorite places to hang out. I loved it," Miss Kay shared with The Christian Post in a recent interview. more >>
Rick Warren made an appearance on ABC's "The View" earlier today with his wife Kay where they discussed the effort it takes to make their marriage work.
In order to avoid marital issues such as adultery, the Pastor of Saddleback church confesses that he and his wife must make a decision each day to love one another and work consciously to preserve their union.
"[Love] is an emotional decision, but it is also a choice. I choose to love my wife every day," said Warren to the View hosts. more >>
Christian viewers of the Home & Garden Television (HGTV) are now up in arms after the network announced Wednesday that they have "decided not to move forward" with a reality show called "Flip It Forward" starring conservative Christian twin brothers David and Jason Benham who are openly opposed to abortion, homosexuality and no-fault divorce.
The episodes of the show were expected to reflect the brothers' experience in flipping houses for profit and helping other families do the same "with a healthy dose of sibling rivalry between the brothers along the way," according to MSNBC.
"Dancing with the Stars" returned to ABC on Monday with just six remaining couples for Celebrity Dance Duels night.
Last week on "DWTS," Nene Leakes and Tony Dovolani were voted off the television series after a dismal Argentine tango. However, this week, fan favorites such as Amy Purdy and her partner Derek Hough returned to the ballroom for Week 8. Despite their valiant efforts during rehearsals, Danica McKellar and Val Chmerkovskiy and her were eliminated during Monday's show.
Now, the remaining contestants on "DWTS" season 18 include Purdy and Hough; James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd; Charlie White and Sharna Burgess; Candace Cameron-Bure and Mark Ballas; and lastly, Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerkovskiy. more >>
The Kardashians are designing a clothing collection for little boys on the heels of bringing their brand to baby girls last March.
Kim Kardashian, the 33-year-old new mother and "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, took to Twitter to make the announcement.
"Designing our boys collection for Kardashian Kids," she tweeted. "OMG you moms are gonna loooove this! So cute!!!!" more >>
Sheree Whitfield could see a return to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" in its seventh season.
While the Bravo TV show is wrapping up its sixth season with its final reunion special on Sunday, rumors are swirling about Whitfield's return to the reality television series where she appeared for four seasons.
After Atlanta blogger Funky Dineva spoke about the possibilities of Whitfield returning to the small screen, she fueled the rumors by retweeting messages from fans on social media. more >>