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When the Ice Melts By Harry Lane Wurster
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Three contemporary Philadelphians find themselves and their careers on thin ice when they are brought together in a drama of pursuit for power and status. Chris Keller, a high profile public... More > relations executive, who after a near fatal auto accident must come to terms with his alcoholism and a life changing decision he struggles to make. Self-centered MaryJo Winston, acting CEO of a prominent center city PR firm, is in denial of her growing cocaine addiction which began during an early relationship with her lover, Carmen DeAngelo, a Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer and son of a past mob don and powerful South Philly Democrat. When the Ice Melts delves into the souls of Chris, MaryJo and Carmen and the bittersweet twists and turns of their lives amidst Philadelphia politics and the eventual game changing event on Interstate 95.< Less
August Second By Rita Coria
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This is a story of a Mexican-American family who lived in the same fertile valley that was the setting for John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath. Several decades after Steinbeck's 1939 novel, this family... More > realized the American dream of creating a financially successful business, sending their children to private school, and owning their family home. They also experienced a father's alcoholism; a brother's Down syndrome; a twin brother's HIV infection, homosexuality, and death; a daughter's struggles with rivalry, addictions, and personal demons; and, a mother's decline into dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The author tells this story with courageous honesty. The tale is not elaborately reconstructed by the author to portray how she wanted things to be to engender approval from readers or surviving relatives, nor to enhance her image or that of family members. Instead, it is a heart-wrenching account of denial, anger, guilt, death, and acceptance of realities about herself and her family.< Less
August Second By Rita Coria
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This is a story of a Mexican-American family who lived in the same fertile valley that was the setting for John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath. Several decades after Steinbeck's 1939 novel, this family... More > realized the American dream of creating a financially successful business, sending their children to private school, and owning their family home. They also experienced a father's alcoholism; a brother's Down syndrome; a twin brother's HIV infection, homosexuality, and death; a daughter's struggles with rivalry, addictions, and personal demons; and, a mother's decline into dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The author tells this story with courageous honesty. The tale is not elaborately reconstructed by the author to portray how she wanted things to be to engender approval from readers or surviving relatives, nor to enhance her image or that of family members. Instead, it is a heart-wrenching account of denial, anger, guilt, death, and acceptance of realities about herself and her family.< Less
August Second By Rita Coria
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This is a story of a Mexican-American family who lived in the same fertile valley that was the setting for John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath. Several decades after Steinbeck's 1939 novel, this family... More > realized the American dream of creating a financially successful business, sending their children to private school, and owning their family home. They also experienced a father's alcoholism; a brother's Down syndrome; a twin brother's HIV infection, homosexuality, and death; a daughter's struggles with rivalry, addictions, and personal demons; and, a mother's decline into dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The author tells this story with courageous honesty. The tale is not elaborately reconstructed by the author to portray how she wanted things to be to engender approval from readers or surviving relatives, nor to enhance her image or that of family members. Instead, it is a heart-wrenching account of denial, anger, guilt, death, and acceptance of realities about herself and her family.< Less
Coping Mechanism By Renda Writer & Justin Vilonna
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Coping Mechanism- Poetry by Renda Writer Art by Justin INVI Vilonna. When the funk happens in your life, you have choices as to how you will cope with it: alcohol, drugs, sex, avoidance, denial,... More > whatever you want really. Renda Writer encountered some funk and decided that writing would be the healthiest coping mechanism. He paired up with one of his favorite artists, Justin "INVI" Vilona, who had already self-published a few books that were written to help him cope with some of his own previous funks. Released on Black Friday, 2011, "Coping Mechanism" is some real raw poetry and art. It's catharsis at it's finest< Less
Hot-Walker Life on the Fast Track By Mallory Neeve Wilkins
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Hot-Walker Life on the Fast Track - sports crime romance novel. The 1960s marked the rise of a new generation, Canadian horse racing and courtroom drama when Hot-Walker Frannie Harrison witnessed the... More > violent murder of her fiance at Woodbine racetrack. She was the youngest child of a wealthy but alcoholic and dysfunctional family who set out to find her own life in the turbulent 1960s. Ultimately, Frannie finds herself in Yorkville, Toronto's hippie community, filled with drop-outs and American draft dodgers. Young and innocent, she falls in love with an ambitious American who works at the racetrack and convinces her to take a job there. Suspecting he is into drug dealing, she is by no means prepared for his death. Grief-stricken, she struggles with denial and complicated relationships before escaping to Europe. When petitioned for trial, Frannie returns to Toronto to deal with the painful ordeal that produces devastating testimonies about life on the fast track, a murder trial that shocks Toronto community.< Less
Be Still By Emmet Fox & JR Malan
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In this booklet Emmet Fox shows you how to treat your fear and anxiety using affirmations and denials as well as positive visualization. It provide a clear and simple method to overcome fear and... More > anxiety. The booklet contains Ps 46 on which the treatment is based, the text of "Be Still" written by Emmet Fox, a handy summary of the treatment to overcome fear and anxiety, a visual treatment to overcome fear and anxiety as well as two examples of treatments written by Emmet Fox. This truly is THE simplest and most direct approach to overcome fear and anxiety and can be applied IMMEDIATELY after reading the text. Emmet Fox, who lived from 1886 to 1951, was born in Ireland. In his early adulthood, Emmet Fox became interested in spirituality. Around 1930, he moved to the United States, and soon thereafter began lecturing on spiritual themes in New York City. He is credited with serving as a major inspiration for the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). His writings are often classified as "New Thought."< Less

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