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Book Review: ‘The Girl in the Torch,’ a Young Adult Historical Fiction by Robert Sharenow

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Sarah knows her life back home will be unbearable so she makes a decision that could well end in her death. She is determined to follow her heart and jumps off the back of the boat she is loaded on to return her to her homeland. Her efforts at swimming take her to the land of the Lady, the woman of the torch. She finds her new hiding palace is on the island of the Statue of Liberty itself. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Johnnie Come Lately’ a Novel by Kathleen M. Rodgers

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Rodgers has given us a tale of hurt and anguish. Her characters are an eclectic mix with emotions and flaws that are the same you find in the people you meet every day. Yet some of the secrets and issues are things we only hear about, and with a steady hand she introduces us to the dangers of bulimia and its aftermath. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Disclaimer’ – A Novel of Psychological Terror by Renee Knight.

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'Disclaimer' is a complicated work of feeling and fear that raises the hair on the back of your neck, posing readers the question: Does the truth always set you free? Read More »

Interview: Dr. Jim Bailey, Author of ‘The End of Healing’

"The End of Healing is about a heroic young physician’s quest to follow the money into the dark underworld of a corrupt healthcare industry."

"You have to write about something that you care about -– something that you care about a lot — or it will never resonate and you will never be able to finish." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Where They Found Her’ – a Mystery by Kimberly McCreight

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In "Where They Found Her" by Kimberly McCreight, we are drawn into the world of a woman who's lost a child, following her on a risky path toward healing. Read More »

Interview: Julie Freed, Author of ‘Naked: Stripped by a Man and Hurricane Katrina’

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A true story of one woman's courage to not let life's curve balls destroy her. 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 »

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 »

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

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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 »

First Father’s Day Without Dad

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I am fortunate to have been my father’s son, and I miss him today and will miss him every day for the rest of my life. Read More »