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All The Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See Combine elegant prose, a riveting tale that alternates between story time, and storyline, a provocative topic, war — unfortunately, always a provocative topic — and the predilection of the human spirit to survive even … Continue reading

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As We Grieve

October 21, 2015, marks the date for the book release of my dear friend, Jan Groft’s book, Artichokes and City Chicken, Reflections on Faith, Grief, and My Mother’s Italian Cooking (available on Amazon).  This is Groft’s third book examining the topics of death … Continue reading

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What To Do When It’s Your Turn

What To Do When It’s Your Turn [And It’s Always Your Turn]      Reading Seth Godin is like a slow steady rain after a long drought. Your brain soaks up the wisdom like microbes in the soil soak up … Continue reading

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