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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: ‘The Reflections of Queen Snow White’ by David Meredith

Snow White

Can a fairytale happily ever after life really exist, or it that the real fairytale? Read More »

Grief is a Many-Headed Monster (Which You Don’t Have to Slay)

CC licensed, credit to Lee J Haywood

When we are faced with the blows life deals, we need to remember there is a difference between being happy once again and forgetting the pain. Read More »

Book Review: The Woman From Paris by Santa Montefiore

The Woman from Paris sees the main character finding a home among strangers, yet knowing that soon the lie will come to the surface, destroying all hope and trust. Read More »

Grief Insulation: Or How I Got So Fat

Ann Hagman Cardinal talks about facing the grief that she hid under 100 pounds of fat and how she got out from under. Read More »

Book Review: Quest, Inc.: Can You Buy a New Life? by Justin Cohen

Is the Self-Help Industry really about getting better, or just a fancier form of snake oil? Read More »

Book Review: The Other Half of Me by Morgan McCarthy

Morgan McCarthy's The Other Half of Me explores the complexities of family and love between siblings. Read More »

Book Review: The Long Way Home by Karen McQuestion

A heartflet journey to love and life. Moving beyond grief to joy and peace. Read More »

Book Review: Mountains of Light: Seasons of Reflection in Yosemite by R. Mark Liebenow

A stunning year of reflection in Yosemite. Read More »

Book Review: Touchpoints by Sally Shirley

Touchpoints deals with the unseen world - our emotions - which is linked with our physical world through words. Read More »