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…
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I have the greatest news ever! I have confirmed with the Event Coordinator of the Barnes and Nobles in Naples FL to participate in a local authors' book signing event! I will be one of 10-12 other others there, and I have agreed to appear between 2-4pm. Barnes and Noble will provide for me a table, chair, sign, and copies of Murder on O'Hollow's Eve and Other Short Stories and The Adventures of Travis and Asrid, Book 1: The Europe Blogs!
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At the forefront of my earliest years of writing and publication I queried quite a few professional authors for advice and guidance. I wanted to know the easiest, less painful ways of achieving publication with full size books. I had a plethora of old-timers and experts from which to gain any hints or tips that would cut through the crap and get me off to a good start. These contacts came primarily from the Science Fiction Writers of American. They had some standard warnings and insider…Continue
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James (Jim) T.R. Jones holds an undergraduate degree with the highest
distinctions from the University of Virginia and a law degree with honours from
Duke University (the Yale of the south). He's worked for an elite law firm on
Wall Street, clerked for a judge in the…
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What do we do with the memories of how we've navigated our different life stages? Some pleasantly, others not. Is there a way to reflect and make peace with it all?
WRITE! It's Cathartic, Freeing, Healing.…
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How Do You Like Me Now? A True Story of Greed, Fear and Disaster as a Wall Street Day Trader. In 1998 the internet bubble was bulging and the stock market was on fire. Everyone in America seemed addicted to stocks, and Rob Perrego was along for the ride.
In October of that year he signed on at Worldco Inc. to become a professional day trader, and his life became a roller coaster of soaring highs and crushing lows that almost drove him insane.…
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When Viking asked if I wanted to read and potentially review From the Memoirs of a Non-Enemy Combatant by Alex Gilvarry, I commented about the long title. They laughed and suggested I watch the video below. I’ve posted that video because I think you’ll get a kick out of it, and…Continue
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Last night, before watching a movie with my husband, I checked
my Facebook. I was happy to see the great feedback concerning my first blog post.
After all, I never intended on doing such a thing but surprisingly found some
sort of satisfaction from the process. As I scrolled down the news feed, I saw
that someone I knew posted a link to the blog. How sweet! I then noticed that
some man felt the need to bash my potty mouth. Yep, I knew it was going to happen.
By Marla Martenson
Bettie Youngs Books (April 15, 2010)Continue
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Piper Chase-Pierpont is a 30 year old museum curator with a disappointing and embarrassing past. Working on a low budget exhibit, she stumbles on a few diaries that neither she nor anyone else knew existed. After over a hundred years, Olivia Harrington's underground life is a new and intriguing discovery. Filled with love, sex, slavery, and so much more, Piper keeps the diaries a secret for fear that she…Continue
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A Texas millionaire rancher discovered his wife and bookkeeper had stolen thousands of dollars from him. After he demanded the money back, he started getting sick. While in the hospital, doctors were mystified as to how an otherwise healthy, energetic man could become so deathly ill. The dying man told everyone…Continue
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