Monday, November 23, 2020

Author Line-Up for 11-24-20

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A Unique New Therapy Tool for Healing and Self-Discovery

How inspired qualities and affirmations helped one psychotherapist honor her loved one, cope with grief, and find meaning.

Give Grief Meaning. How do you make sense of loss and tragedy? After the sudden and devastating loss of her infant daughter, Lily Dulan, a marriage and family therapist (MFT), psychotherapist and certified yoga teacher, meditated, prayed, and ruminated on the only thing she had left–her baby girl’s name. In Lily’s courage to address and move through her pain, she developed The Name Work, a cross pollination of proven psychological modalities, 12-step wellness tools, spiritual healing applications, meditation and ancient yoga. In her heartfelt memoir, Lily shares her healing journey and her method for unleashing the power in names and giving them special meaning to help move through the grief process in a thoughtful and transformative way.

Friday, November 13, 2020

Author Line- Up for 11-17-20

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Tentatively scheduled at 9;05 am Author Paul Podolsky will discuss, " Raising A Thief" a memoir

A true story about raising an unusually challenging child, in this case one who struggled to reciprocate love. Unfolding over nearly 20 years, Raising a Thief focuses on the struggles of a Russian orphan, Sonya, mistreated early in life, ultimately diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder, and the family that adopted her. Sonya's story will allow a reader to better understand the immeasurable impact of a caregiver early in a child's life and also grasp why some bounce back from terrible childhood adversity and some struggle.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

What is your favorite book on the Civil War, readers ask....

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The Andersonville Military Prison is here presented in a narrative packed with excitement. John McElroy, who was in the first contingent of Union prisoners sent to Andersonville and who survived all its terrors, tells this true story in outspoken words.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Author Line-Up for 11-10-20

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At 9 am Author Lorie Kleiner Eckert will discus, Love, Loss, and Moving On

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"Love, Loss, and Moving On" captures the universal truths about the risks and rewards of relationships when you’re a woman of a certain age. With a relatable style both hilarious and heart-rending, Lorie Kleiner Eckert shares her grief, loneliness, and curiosity as she processes her past to create a rich, fulfilling future for herself. Lorie comes to terms with the death of her longtime partner, coping with her uncertainties by connecting with good friends, writing to work through her emotions, searching the Internet, and eating her fair share of ice cream. (Oh, and there’s also the matter of falling head over heels for a certain handsome British actor known for his bespoke navy suits.) "Love, Loss, and Moving On" will have readers laughing, crying, and above all, nodding in recognition as they travel Lorie’s path with her, gaining strength and inspiration for their own journeys into what comes next.

Monday, November 2, 2020

Author Line-Up for 11-3-20

Charge head on into the battle with breast cancer, armed with these outstanding survivors' tips on how to stay sane, focused, and in charge. Written by a breast cancer survivor with expert insights, handy checklists and helpful questions to ask your doctors, all geared toward streamlining your new life. This detailed, upbeat book helps you make informed decisions, eat and exercise to stay strong, look and feel your best, eliminate stress and boost your spirits with positive thinking and a dose of humor. Don't let your cancer control you; empower yourself and ease the transition with this all-inclusive guide. This book is WINNER of the 2014 International Book Award for Cancer Health topics.

"You may not have chosen to have cancer, but you can choose how you mange your treatment and treat yourself to stay strong, focused and healthy moving forward."

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Monday, October 26, 2020

Author Line-Up for 10-27-20

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A bull gets loose in Tennessee. a black sergeant stops the murder of a Trump supporter in North Carolina. The third husband of a nurse in Pawtucket wins the lottery. A schizophrenic women who lives on Kennedy Plaza discovers that social security thinks she is dead. The 19-year-old Latina caretaker of a rich old man loses her mother to Covid-19. A horse that represents the hopes and dreams of a family in India falls asleep, and then awakens.

Ten stories. People whose lives are transformed. People who struggle and survive, who see their world through lost hopes, inappropriate loves, and irrational dreams. Ten stories, each one a new way to listen, see, feel, and dream.

9:40 am Author Leo Frisk " Mr. Nobody" will discuss his two new books

Monday, October 5, 2020

Authors Line-Up for 10-6-20

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Celebrities Write to Mona is a collection of over 350 notes, cards, letters and photographs Mona received from celebrities while working for the Hopkins Health Center in North Providence, Rhode Island. She was the activities director for many of the forty plus years she was employed there. She would write to celebrities and then share their replies with the patients. Eight of the celebrities wrote to her on a continual basis over nine years, Paul Peterson to nineteen years, Joey bishop. They sent Easter cards, Christmas cards and Happy New Year cards. They wrote about their families, their travels and where they were performing. They also asked about some of the patients personally. Joey even called the center on Christmas day 2001 to wish the patients a Merry Christmas. The time was even scheduled so the patients could listen to the call. This book is a heartwarming look at many of the celebrities behind the scene and in their personal lives. It includes over 100 photographers they included with their correspondence.