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Interview: Daniela I. Norris, Author of ‘Collecting Feathers: Tales from the Other Side’

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"I was intrigued and pushed to find out more about death and what lies beyond following the sudden death of my 20-year-old brother, Michael, in a freak drowning accident in 2010." Read More »

‘Sorry for Your Loss’ – On the Death of an Estranged Brother

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How do you cope with the loss of an estranged sibling, and the outpourings of sympathy from well-intentioned friends? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Maze Runner’ by James Dashner

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Can the youth of today help to save the future of tomorrow? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Entwined’ by Heather Dixon

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Is the memory of love enough to keep a Kingdom from falling into darkness from a mistake made long ago? Read More »

Flash Fiction: ‘The Five Stages’

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Why did Daniel insist on coming down here today? She wasn’t ready. They hadn’t set foot in the place in months. She wasn’t interested…in anything. Sheila shook her bangs out of her eyes and pushed open the oversized, wooden door. It creaked a little, stiff from disuse. She reached for the light switch to her right and felt the soft, ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Heiresses’ by Sara Shepard

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Money is no protection when someone or something is out to make sure you and your family are dead. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ by Emma Healey

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How do you communicte your concerns when you are diagnosed with dementia, and no one will listen? Read More »

Interview: Meryl Ain, Author of ‘The Living Memories Project’

Through the voices of the individuals in the book you will see life and death in a different way.

"If you live long enough, you will suffer the loss of someone dear to you . . " Read More »

Book Review: ’50 Children’ by Steven Pressman

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One extraordinary couple put their lives at risk to rescue 50 children from Natzi Germany, during one of the most difficult times in Europe. Read More »

The Unbearable Lightness of Virtual Being

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Can we rest in peace and forgive the online ignorance that no doubt will persist long after we have all passed from our actual and virtual lives to the evanescence of digital forevermore? Read More »