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Mid-Life Confidential
In 1993, fifteen of America's most popular writers left their day jobs for life on the rock & roll road. They stayed up late, ate junk food, traveled by bus,...
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Single Woman of aCertain Age
In Single Woman of a Certain Age, Jane Ganahl assembles a chorus of sophisticated and witty voices for this revealing anthology about flying solo in midlife. Joyce...
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Those Who Can...Teach
Many successful people can point to a single teacher whose talent and dedication made a crucial difference in their lives. Sometimes former students clearly recall...
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Restless, lonely, romantic, the disparate protagonists in On The Nature Of Human Romantic Interaction safeguard their emotions behind walls of logic and knowledge....
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Meg Waite Clayton's first novel, the Bellwether Prize finalist The Language of Light is now available in paperback as a Random House Reader's Circle Selection...
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Lelia
Dostoevsky called Lélia “Sand’s immense ethical quest.” It is the most self-revealing of her novels. Published in 1833, it shocked the public by advocating the same...
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"Blind Obsession" is the mass market paperback edition of "Kingdom Road."
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After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans became ground zero for the reinvention of the American city, with urban planners, movie stars, anarchists...
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In the tradition of the great photographic populists Alfred Eisenstaedt and Dorothea Lange, Horace Bristol used his camera to record the human, intimate moments in...
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Fall under the spell of Wake—the first book in an achingly beautiful new series by celebrated author Amanda Hocking—and lose yourself to the Watersong. Gorgeous....
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Set in post-modern mid-America with flashbacks to the ‘60s, Diving for Carlos is a story that takes the taboo-breaking dimension of Native American trickster ...
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Emmeline Thistle, a dirt-scratcher's daughter, has escaped death twice-first, on the night she was born, and second, on the day her entire village was swept away...
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What is your writing path? Are you a warrior called to write with courage for truth and justice? A mystic who writes to commune with the Divine? A shaman who...
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SPIDERS & FLIES is a story of kidnapping, seduction, and betrayal set on the Caribbean island of Martinique. Sinuously plotted, the story follows an American...
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  It all begins in the closet. Paris Jablonski, wife, mother, social worker, and aspiring writer, is celebrating her eighth wedding anniversary when she...
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Before the Scarlet Dawn
On a windswept night in April of 1775, Eliza sat at her father’s bedside hoping he would recover. Forced to leave the home she grew up in, Eliza grows...
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