NO PART OF THEIR WORLD
by S. L. Wilharm
It’s the stuff of nightmares- being trapped, in danger, stripped of dignity. Add to that a religion that justifies such treatment and a family ready to reject anyone who protests and it is no longer a nightmare: it is Sarah Garcia’s reality.
The novel is inspired by the true-life story of a young woman raised in the Jehovah’s Witness religion. Follow Sarah’s remarkable journey of abuse, loss, love and renewal.
Author S. L. Wilharm and her husband live with their growing family in Benson, Arizona. She welcomes feedback and questions. She can be contacted at SachaWilharm@yahoo.com
You can also find S. L. Wilharm weekly as co-host of Keeping It Real. This radio show was created to provide a resource to people who have questions regarding religious cults and recovery to those getting out of them. Tune in Wednesdays at 5 p.m./ eastern time at www.blogtalkradio.com/insightontheword or be a call in listerner at 1-347-945-7601
To obtain your copy, please visit http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/NoPartofTheirWorld.html
New York, New York
Judy Stong is pleased to announce the January publication of her second book, A CHILD’S GRIEF: SURVIVING THE DEATH OF A PARENT. Judy began this book in response to the trauma her family experienced when her first hustand died. She saw first hand how their father’s death affected her children then, and how it contines to impact their lives today. Helping a grieving child can be difficult because children cannot always articulate what they feel, and adults are often very deep in grief themselves.
Personal interviews with survivors attest to the pain and turmoil of such children. In addition, Judy gathered data from professional educators, theapists, and socialogists whose body of information bears witnes to the needs of grieving children. Some facts to consider:
On child in twenty will lo0se a parent by the time he or she is a senior in high school.
Children who had a parent who died suddenly have three times the risk of depression than those with living parents.
A CHILD’S GRIEF is a practical and insightful resource for parents, family members, teachers, or anyone helping our most important citizens cope with the grief of loss.
A CHILD’S GRIEF: SURVIVING THE DEATH OF A PARENT is published by Beaver’s Pond Press, Edina, MN. To order visit www.beaverspondpressbooks.com. The book is also available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com or from Judy’s website www.judystrong.com.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 39. No. 2 Apr./May 2010
The University of Arizona
College of Fine Arts
School of Theatre Arts
Stories on Stage 2010 presents
WOIRDS AND OTHER VOICES
PALABRAS Y OTRAS VOCES
Selected poems of Francisco X. Alarcon presented in English and Spanish
Books include LAUGHING TOMATOES, BELLYBUTTON OF THE MOON, and ANGELS RIDE BIKES
University of Arizona Poetry Center
1508 E. Helen Street
Tucson Az 58721
May 1 at 2:30 pm
Donna Young’s book MIRROR TO GOA was launched January 30, 2010 by the publishing house GOA 1556, in Goa, India. You can see photos at:
Read about the launch at: http://goa1556.goa-india.org/index.php?page=goan-writing-in-english
And see her interview at: http://goa1556.goa-india.org/index.php?page=mirror-to-goa
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 39. No. 2 Apr./May 2010
This month we have released Warriors Without Weapons by John W. Casey. John is a retired vice-president of North American Aviation (NAA) during its heyday, which was during WWII. NAA produced several of our military’s airplanes for use in the major conflicts of the 20th century. Warriors Without Weapons is a collection of the stories of the Tech Reps who accompanied the aircraft to bases around the globe, putting their lives on the line alongside our military. These Tech Reps kept the planes flying, doing whatever it took to make sure the aircraft worked. Look for John W. Casey’s next book which will tell his account of the rise and decline of North American Aviation.
This month’s newsletter delves into the ability to look at our perceived limitations in a different manner. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the newsletter to take advantage of my book offer: get both The Impact of Belief: Learning to Take Control of Your Life and The Power of Choice: Creating the Life You Want for only $20. This offer is currently only available through the newsletter. Click here to read the newsletter:
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Connie Spittler’s essay entitled “Tree of Life” will appear in the anthology Nature’s Gifts, scheduled for an Earth Day release by Vanilla Heart Publishing. Her essay follows the season of the loquat tree in her patio, woven together with the story of her breast cancer experience. In addition, Connie’s essay “Pink Moment” about the Catalina Mountains was chosen for the anthology This I Believe: On Love. Essays for this book were selected from the This I Believe NPR radio show archive. Connie’s mountain essay also appeared in a special Christmas Eve section of the Arizona Daily Star.
The This I Believe anthology will be released in fall of 2010.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 39. No. 2. Apr./May 2010