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Worth Reading: The Art of Community
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Worth Reading: The Art of Community

The Art of Community, 2nd Edition—New from O’Reilly Media – Building the New Age of Participation “Communities are vibrant entities,” says author Jono Bacon. “While there is plenty of work we can do in building effective communities, what makes people stay for the long haul is when they feel like they […]

She Dared To Pursue Her Dreams
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She Dared To Pursue Her Dreams

Now This Dynamic Young Woman Is Inspiring Others To Do The Same Have you ever set a major goal in life such as becoming an award-winning actress, being signed by a record company, or publishing a book? Bridgette Murphy dared to dream big and guess what? She became a successful […]

Borrowed Time is Worth Reading
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Borrowed Time is Worth Reading

Borrowed Time – 75 Years and Counting by Carolyn Leeper is a book worth reading. I received Borrowed Time on Wednesday and sat it on the kitchen counter.  Every time I walked by that day and the next morning I stared at it. And finally during lunch on Thursday I picked it […]

Worth Reading: Hopping Roller Coasters
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Worth Reading: Hopping Roller Coasters

This week I received a heart-felt book in the mail, by Rachel Pappas the story of a mother and daughter both diagnosed with bipolar disorder. They had a long, rough ride; then came the cancer diagnosis … Here’s an excerpt from Hopping Roller Coasters (author interview follows excerpt): She took the […]

Three Months: A Caretakers Journey From Heartbreak to Healing
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Three Months: A Caretakers Journey From Heartbreak to Healing

Losing someone to cancer is painful. J. Dietrich Stroeh lost his beloved wife Margaret only three months after she was unexpectedly diagnosed with Stage Four pancreatic cancer. In his journey as her caregiver he had a lot to learn in a very short period of time and he had a […]

Worth Reading Moose Mash and Other Stories
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Worth Reading Moose Mash and Other Stories

For 88-year old writer and mystery novelist Mary Hitchcock Cone, Moose Mash and Other Stories (2011 FolkHeart Press) represents a life committed to literary pursuits. With help from her two daughters Chris Cone and Lucinda Cone, they worked with the member’s of her writing group to compile a 144- page […]

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