This spirited anthology by “Wild Bill” Lindau, comprised of poems, memoirs, a short story and a novella, gives us a taste of North Carolina history and Bill’s far-flung imagination... More > — along with a healthy dose of irreverent humor.< Less
When someone we love is ill or dying, it is a difficult time. It is often hard to know what to do or what to say. This book offers simple, practical ways to make home or hospital visits with a loved... More > one more comfortable, more enjoyable and more meaningful for all.
Authors Marla Lay and Karen Mireau have over 50 years of experience in caring
for children, adults and elders. They are both devoted to sharing new ways
of looking at health and healing.< Less
Rarely are we invited to look behind the curtain and get such a revealing glimpse of real life with all its struggles and pain. Dr. Burroughs shares himself with authenticity and wise reflection. His... More > journey shows us that it is possible to discover love, purpose, friendship and even joy in unexpected places. This is a memoir for anyone interested in learning about overcoming the adversities presented in childhood.< Less
In this first volume of poetry, marking the 80th year of her birth, artist and author Cynthia Kozlowski reveals a portrait of a life in its most condensed essence. In these poems we find the optimism... More > of childhood; the reverie of a long and fruitful marriage; the grief over a father’s addiction and death; meditations on God and religion; and a celebration, above all, of the beauty and mystery of nature.< Less