Your Best Writing Group featured an excerpt from Eighteen Months To Live during their March Memoir Madness.
Memoir Madness…18 Months To Live
Posted by Cheryl on Mar 14, 2013 in March Madness |
Rachele Baker joins the madness with an excerpt from her book 18 Months To Live. This piece has an interesting collection of first person and third person narratives to bring in different perspectives for the reader. Enjoy Rachele’s selection and visit Amazon to learn more about…Continue
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By Rachele Baker, DVM - I was interviewed by Linda Austin of Moonbridge Books for her lifewriting blog. My answers to Linda's questions reveal poignant new insights into my mother Midge’s feelings and thoughts during her final months of life.
Eighteen Months To Live by Rachele Baker – The Gift Of A Journal
Posted on March 3, 2013 by Moonbridge Books |
Journal entries are not memoir. At least, not usually. Rachele Baker, however, took her mother’s end-of-life…Continue
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This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 2:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 2 January 31st, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
Rachele has taken the time to share her mother’s private journal while she battled mesothelioma. Here are some quotes that we discussed with her and wanted to share with the…Continue
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This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 1:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 1
January 30th, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
It wasn’t just another day cleaning the garage when Rachele Baker came across some old memories. These were memories from her mother’s journal that had been…
Added by Rachele Baker, DVM on February 1, 2013 at 2:03pm — No Comments
This is a book of cartoons about Amy’s bout with cancer. My favorite one is entitled: “WHY COLON CANCER DOESN'T HAVE A GOOD RIBBON.” If you haven’t seen it, or any of Amy’s other cartoons, stop reading this right now and go to her blog: http://cancerissofunny.blogspot.com/
What you’ll find is a great visualization of the cancer emotional spectrum: from fear to anger to confusion to despair to incipient hope to sorrow to sadness to…Continue
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My guest today is Gabriel Valjan, author of the Roma series, published by Winter Goose Publishing. The first book,Roma, Underground, came out earlier this year. The sequel, Wasp’s Nest, was just released this week. The third installment is scheduled for August 2013.…Continue
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In this the second installment of his Roma series, author Gabriel Valjan takes secret government analyst Alabaster Black from Rome to Boston to investigate Nasonia Pharmaceutical and its CEO, Cyril Sargent for Rendition, the covert government agency she works for.Continue
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Come meet the Authors of One and expand your mind - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/08/ten-equals-one.html
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The Adversity of Angels
Adversity touches us all. It is true that we can have different facets of adversity or challenges; but none the less, without a doubt it will touch us all. There is no way, for instance, that I could write about adversity and not have had my share. Adversity comes in all shapes and sizes; it can last for only a single moment, or it can test us the entirety of our lives.
I can not pretend, to know the specific…Continue
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John falls in love with Peggy the moment he meets her on New Year’s Eve. Nine years of marriage and two children later, nothing has changed. The beautiful Irish girl with the thick, black shining hair and sparkling, brilliant blue eyes is still the center of his world.
But when Peggy tells…Continue
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I'm glad you asked. Crystal Linn, best-selling co-author ofAmish Forever, can give you the answer in Story Eight of the One series.
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My review can be found on my Blog, What I Read Yesterday at http://www.whatireadyesterday.com
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I am stuck on a ride
Unable to stop
Round and round I go
Spinning like a top
Makes me so sick…Continue
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Just wanted to let everyone know we are PINK in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Just did a post for free ways you can show support.
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Interviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review
Thank you, Robert, for your time once again in speaking with us. I have read your book, "Grieving a Soulmate", and once again, my sincere condolences for your loss of your loving wife, Jeri.
RO: Thank you,…Continue
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Reviewed by: Gary Srokin, Pacific Book Review
Robert Orfali has a knack for breaking down huge topics into manageable parts, then explaining the constituent elements of these parts in minute detail, bringing in the end an understanding rarely articulated however certainly understood. How do you truly explain love? What are the common stages for grieving the loss of a loved one? What…Continue
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