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A pioneer in the workplace, Susan Bari takes the reader through the changes for women at work and in society in the last 50 years. Her...
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Helen Stern has reason to be livid. She was abandoned at birth by her mother. Dubbed a freak by her classmates because she has what they...
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Melanie Eagleton is staring into the cold waters of Long Island Sound on the deck of the cottage she promised to remake at the death of...
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Three young women redefine the importance of friendship & patience through knitting & vengeance.
They’re tired of being told to wait. It all began when they were told...
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Memoir | English

Life offered us the opportunity to expedite our dreams of living outside the city...and we took it.

Now, we have to figure out how to do it

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The superficial life is one that denies authenticity. Yet, life, at some point demands nothing but authenticity.   For Emily Francis and her three daughters, the cataclysmic...
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Thomas M. Easley was born in Oroville, California and raised at Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. He has spent most of his adult life in Europe and Asia. The study and practice of the principles of philosophy and metaphysics, which began for Easley as a child, have taken him through a number of professions, from music and song writing in ...

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September 19, 2017
THEY CONTINUE TO DIE, BUT LIFE GOES ON…
Waithĩra Mbuthia-Protano

Another person, who was alleged to have suffered from mental illness, has died by her own hand! You’re only reading about this because the victim, Michelle Rounds, is the former wife of the famed comedienne, actress & former TV show host, Rosie O’Donnell. But I’m willing to bet the two ...Read More

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September 15, 2017
Wordeee observes the use of words...
Patrice Samara

"Ever wonder where the term “pilot” comes from, as in “the first episode of a TV show?” Margaret Lyons from the New York Times was listening to the podcast “A Way With Words,” and someone called in with that very question. Turns out the term originates in ...Read More

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