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By Jill Martin Bouteillier

Both haunted and driven to discover a 100 year old secret, storyteller Jill Martin, leads the read­er on a journey to one of the loneliest places in North America: Sable Island. Sculpted by wind and waves, this thin slice of grass-covered dunes for centuries has lured hundreds of ships to founder on its treacherous sand bars. Only the foolhardy or naïve dared to underestimate the dangers of the Graveyard of the Atlantic. It is to this notorious outpost a hundred miles from mainland Nova Scotia that newly appointed Superintendent of Lifesaving, RJ Bouteillier, brings his young family in 1884. In this harsh, isolated and mysterious en­vironment far from city life, young Beatrice, a woman who chal­lenges the prescribed roles of her sex, crosses the threshold from childhood to adulthood. Entries in the visitor’s book penned by long dead authors come to life in this engaging treasure hunt of passion and betrayal. Their stories unlock the portal to that dis­tant past and chronicle the everyday lives of the residents of Sable Island. Coaxed ever deeper into the island’s labyrinth, the reader discovers that Sable reveals her secrets on her own terms and in her own time.


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By Mary Locke Crofts
When the myths and stories of a certain place intersect with those of a particular person, a reciprocity of giving and receiving results. After decades of yearning for a return to the beloved west Texas of her youth, Mary Locke Crofts experienced such an encounter when she went to the borderland of Langtry, Texas, to write a dissertation about ancient pictographs. Working from a rented country house near the Rio Grande, Crofts entered in imagination the lives and stories of hunter-gatherers who painted on the canyon walls and in so doing became deeply aware of her own resonances and responses to this mysterious and sacred place. This book bears witness to her journey.
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By Mary Locke Crofts
When the myths and stories of a certain place intersect with those of a particular person, a reciprocity of giving and receiving results. After decades of yearning for a return to the beloved west Texas of her youth, Mary Locke Crofts experienced such an encounter when she went to the borderland of Langtry, Texas, to write a dissertation about ancient pictographs. Working from a rented country house near the Rio Grande, Crofts entered in imagination the lives and stories of hunter-gatherers who painted on the canyon walls and in so doing became deeply aware of her own resonances and responses to this mysterious and sacred place. This book bears witness to her journey.
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By Leia Schwartz

Experience dyslexia through a nine-year-old girl's eyes!


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By Leia Schwartz

Experience dyslexia through a nine-year-old girl's eyes!


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By Sandra Scott
Isn’t it great to get help and support at the times when you desperately need it? What if you think you don’t know anyone at all who might help? Even in those dark moments and hours when it seems that everything is completely hopeless, you can be rescued. There is evidence of miracles all around us if we are paying attention. Living in Aspen, Colorado, I went through a very painful divorce, leading me to experience one of my biggest miracles within only one month after the divorce. From that point on, I started considering miracles as a viable option, sometimes my one and only option, and it worked! After that, it was demonstrated to me time and time again, so much that I decided to write a book about it, and it’s not reserved for just a ‘chosen’ few.
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By Shaaren Pine & Scott Magnuson

Torn Together is a memoir, written by recovering alcoholic and addict husband, Scott Magnuson, and codependent wife, Shaaren Pine.

Torn Together chronicles Scott’s addiction as his illness infects everyone around him, his eventual treatment, and the recovery process the whole family undertakes.

It is also the story of The Argonaut, one of revitalized H Street, NE’s first restaurants, the struggle to get off the ground, rebuild after a terrible fire, and to keep going as the family is falling apart.


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By Camille Gendusa Bluestein
Being a bit introverted, I spent a lot of time at home with my mother in my youth. She confided many of her more private feelings and thoughts about her mother, Antonia. From what I could understand, the subject was off limits in her family circle. Perhaps she felt it was easier to talk about it with me rather than her brothers. Her sister lived in California. She lost her mother when she was three years old, so she had no memories of her. She wondered what her mother looked like, as she had no photos of her. Then she unraveled the sad story of her mother’s demise. I write this book to add some closure to the story. The demise of Antonia fractured the Pagano family and has scarred several generations. Hopefully, in my small way, I can relate the pleasant as well as the less pleasant qualities of the lives of Antonia and Pasquale. Also in this book, I would like to celebrate the extended Pagano family. In spite of a sad glitch in its history, the extended family has much to be proud of. Note: There is a large notebook titled Pagano Family Archives in the home of the author. The entire set of documents is stored there for anyone who wants to view it.
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By Sandra Scott
Isn’t it great to get help and support at the times when you desperately need it? What if you think you don’t know anyone at all who might help? Even in those dark moments and hours when it seems that everything is completely hopeless, you can be rescued. There is evidence of miracles all around us if we are paying attention. Living in Aspen, Colorado, I went through a very painful divorce, leading me to experience one of my biggest miracles within only one month after the divorce. From that point on, I started considering miracles as a viable option, sometimes my one and only option, and it worked! After that, it was demonstrated to me time and time again, so much that I decided to write a book about it, and it’s not reserved for just a ‘chosen’ few.
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By Sandra Scott
Isn’t it great to get help and support at the times when you desperately need it? What if you think you don’t know anyone at all who might help? Even in those dark moments and hours when it seems that everything is completely hopeless, you can be rescued. There is evidence of miracles all around us if we are paying attention. Living in Aspen, Colorado, I went through a very painful divorce, leading me to experience one of my biggest miracles within only one month after the divorce. From that point on, I started considering miracles as a viable option, sometimes my one and only option, and it worked! After that, it was demonstrated to me time and time again, so much that I decided to write a book about it, and it’s not reserved for just a ‘chosen’ few.
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By Shaaren Pine & Scott Magnuson

Torn Together is a memoir, written by recovering alcoholic and addict husband, Scott Magnuson, and codependent wife, Shaaren Pine.

Torn Together chronicles Scott’s addiction as his illness infects everyone around him, his eventual treatment, and the recovery process the whole family undertakes.

It is also the story of The Argonaut, one of revitalized H Street, NE’s first restaurants, the struggle to get off the ground, rebuild after a terrible fire, and to keep going as the family is falling apart.


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By Shaaren Pine & Scott Magnuson

Torn Together is a memoir, written by recovering alcoholic and addict husband, Scott Magnuson, and codependent wife, Shaaren Pine.

Torn Together chronicles Scott’s addiction as his illness infects everyone around him, his eventual treatment, and the recovery process the whole family undertakes.

It is also the story of The Argonaut, one of revitalized H Street, NE’s first restaurants, the struggle to get off the ground, rebuild after a terrible fire, and to keep going as the family is falling apart.


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By Camille Gendusa Bluestein
Being a bit introverted, I spent a lot of time at home with my mother in my youth. She confided many of her more private feelings and thoughts about her mother, Antonia. From what I could understand, the subject was off limits in her family circle. Perhaps she felt it was easier to talk about it with me rather than her brothers. Her sister lived in California. She lost her mother when she was three years old, so she had no memories of her. She wondered what her mother looked like, as she had no photos of her. Then she unraveled the sad story of her mother’s demise. I write this book to add some closure to the story. The demise of Antonia fractured the Pagano family and has scarred several generations. Hopefully, in my small way, I can relate the pleasant as well as the less pleasant qualities of the lives of Antonia and Pasquale. Also in this book, I would like to celebrate the extended Pagano family. In spite of a sad glitch in its history, the extended family has much to be proud of. Note: There is a large notebook titled Pagano Family Archives in the home of the author. The entire set of documents is stored there for anyone who wants to view it.
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By Fe Michelle
If Mama’s Walls Could Talk is an inspiring memoir by the author as she endures and ultimately overcomes periods of misery and misfortune. Fe Michelle reflects on her life—including her battle with two debilitating diseases and three husbands—and recalls conversations that took place in her mother’s bedroom. Travel with her through riveting accounts of intensity, infidelity, abandonment, and addiction. Hear these secrets unfold the way Mama’s walls would tell them—if Mama’s walls could talk.
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By Fe Michelle
If Mama’s Walls Could Talk is an inspiring memoir by the author as she endures and ultimately overcomes periods of misery and misfortune. Fe Michelle reflects on her life—including her battle with two debilitating diseases and three husbands—and recalls conversations that took place in her mother’s bedroom. Travel with her through riveting accounts of intensity, infidelity, abandonment, and addiction. Hear these secrets unfold the way Mama’s walls would tell them—if Mama’s walls could talk.
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