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Love in the DMZ

Posted on Aug 19, 2013

Love in the DMZ

Love in the DMZ by Julia Cameron In LOVE IN THE DMZ: and Other Novellas, renowned author, playwright and poet Julia Cameron explores three passionate love affairs in three masterful epistolary novellas, each ripe with longing, exile, and the love that endures time, distance, and the dark forces of a modern world. “Love in the DMZ: A Play in Letters” A stirring exchange of letters between an American soldier stationed in Vietnam and his wife, who eagerly awaits his homecoming, Love in the DMZ is about the battles fought on multiple fronts: of a nonsensical and savage war, a lonely wife’s efforts to raise her sons, and a couple’s struggle to remain...

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Grow the Tree You Got

Posted on May 5, 2011

Grow the Tree You Got

Grow the Tree You Got by Tom Sturges When Tom Sturges became a father, he decided that he wanted to be one of the greatest father that ever walked the earth. But things became a bit more complicated when his older son turned ten, and the chatty kid he’d known suddenly started locking his bedroom door. Tom realized he needed to find a way to stay on track-he needed crib notes… Click here to buy this book on...

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Closer than Blood

Posted on Apr 1, 2011

Closer than Blood

Closer than Blood by Gregg Olsen The first time was easy. No one ever suspected the victim had been murdered. The crime long buried, the dark passions guiding the killer’s hand are still alive. But the need for revenge cannot be denied. Only one person can stop the killing. Only one person can identify the killer. Only one person knows the face of death – is as close as the face in the mirror… Click here to buy this book on Amazon. Click here to find out more about Gregg...

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The Winter of Our Disconnect

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

The Winter of Our Disconnect

Winter of our Disconnect by Susan Maushart Maushart (The Mask of Motherhood) embarked with her three teenagers on a six-month screen blackout (no cellphones, iPods, PCs, laptops, game stations, or television) to discover if the technology intended to stimulate and keep us virtually more connected was, as she suspected, making us actually more disconnected and distracted… Click here to buy this book on...

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The Good Karma Divorce

Posted on Jan 4, 2011

The Good Karma Divorce

The Good Karma Divorce by Judge Michele Lowrance The average divorce takes two years with a median cost of $30,000. Yet the true cost of divorce is more than time or money; it is the legacy of the decisions made during the process. No matter how long two people have been married, whether there are children or not, divorce often leads to bad choices that can forever alter a family‚Äôs life… Click here to buy this book on...

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The Creative Life

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

The Creative Life

The Creative Life: True Tales of Inspiration by Julia Cameron In her life, Cameron has learned to seize whatever moments of creative time she can get. “Small tidbits add up to a larger whole,” she says, one of the compact yet insightful truisms that make up this volume of enlightening analogies, confessions, and vignettes of Cameron’s life on New York’s Upper West Side. From dinners and musicals to teaching engagements and writing sessions, Cameron’s latest contribution to her already extensive list of titles is something of a diary… Click here to buy this book on...

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