Nora Brown, a high school English teacher, begins to have hallucinations and blackouts during which she becomes Margaret, a terrified six year old child. Her husband, Paul, and young daughter, Fiona, try to cope as Nora is seen by doctors and eventually, a psychiatrist. While under his care, Margaret begins to take over Nora’s consciousness more and more.
Josie Buhrman has reinvented herself after a traumatic childhood in which her beloved father was murdered and her mother left her and her twin sister to join a cult. Now, an aggressive blogger/journalist has reopened the case, suggesting the boy who was incarcerated could be innocent and Josie's sister's testimony that put him there a fabrication.
Cora, a third generation slave on a plantation in pre-Civil War Georgia, is an outcast even among the other slaves. Her mother ran away without her when she was 10 and her father died before she was born. Consequently, when she finally resolves to run away with Caesar to the north and out of slavery, Cora’s life changes forever. There have been numerous books written about the Underground Railroad and the horrors of slavery over the years.
It’s 1969, and the world is full of possibilities for the young Gold children. Almost on a dare, they seek out a local recluse reported to not only predict the future, but tell you the day you will die. Somewhat shaken after the experience, the four siblings vow to keep the information to themselves.
Dale Mulfinger, a noted “cabinologist” with over 20 year of cabin-building experience, has created a book of projects, floor-plans, and photos that will inspire and delight anyone looking to build or renovate a family get-away site.
This slender book begins with a timely appeal for secular ethics and peace, in which the Dalai Lama urges us to reconnect with “our innate human nature, our natural affinity for goodness, compassion, and caring for others,” realizing we are truly one family and reflecting on how we might best serve each other.
Using calming works by great masters for inspiration, Evenson guides the reader in art projects using pastels, paints, and collages designed to spark creativity while promoting relaxation and mindfulness.
William's third book in his Medical Medium Series, Medical Medium Thyroid Healing puts a new spin on the epidemic of thyroid disease. He asserts that the reason why so many thyroid patients don't get enough relief from medication is not because of the thyroid. This, in itself, is another symptom of a far greater problem. The issue is an underlying virus that is invasive to the body.
During WWII, Japanese-occupied Koreans were subject to severe punishment for keeping to their culture, even taking on Japanese names for fear of reprisal. Hana is sixteen years old and has become one of the honored haenyeo, a diving woman, to help provide her family with food from the sea. While diving one day, she spots a soldier headed towards her younger sister on the beach.
Anna Fox lives alone, a voluntary prisoner in her own home. Until a traumatic accident left her in pain and afraid to face the outside world, Anna led a normal life as a therapist, a loving mother and wife. Now one of the few links to the outside world is her blog, through which she counsels others. In between sessions, she watches classic black & white movies, spies on her neighbors and self-medicates.