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Interview: Liz Crocker, Coauthor of ‘Transforming Memories: Sharing Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words’

An interview with Liz Crocker, coauthor of the self-help book, 'Transforming Memories: Sharing Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words,' which offers a powerful writing technique for healing from old wounds.

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Book Review: ‘A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz’ by Göran Rosenberg

Railroad cars brought the author's father and mother to Auschwitz, but railroad cars also brought them from Auschwitz, eventually to the town where they would try to start fresh and raise a family. His book is a loving, questioning, aching letter from a onetime little boy to the father the Nazis took from him.

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Book Review: ‘Careful Old Letters: A Jewish Family’s Story,’ by Alexandra Weinbaum

Alexandra Weinbaum's book, 'Careful Old Letters: A Jewish Family's Story,' is an evocative tale of personal discovery and Holocaust history, based on a box of old letters sent from the Jewish ghettos of Europe during WWII.

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The Battle of ‘The Fountainhead’

The following is a chapter from my upcoming memoir ‘Prospero’s Daughter: A Life Beyond Convention.’ The Battle of ‘The Fountainhead’ Ocala National Forest, Florida, Spring 1960   We kids stood around outside, under the dry scratch and whisper of live oak leaves. In late morning, the sun was getting hot. …

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