by Nancy H. Marshall
The novel opens in the middle of an African drumming and dancing event in Flagstaff, and we meet Rosie. She is a college age woman struggling with emotional and relationship issues stemming from childhood sexual abuse. She has a close relationship with her older brother Danny, and their parents who live in Scottsdale. When Rosie’s parents are killed in an auto accident, she begins the voyage of self-reliance and discovery as the emotions of trauma past and present collide.
Themes: sexual abuse and recovery, personal discovery, self reliance, sustainable living, PTSD, young adult relationships, sexuality after abuse, native American healing, alcoholism
SEX AND THE LAW
A DRY HATE
CHI NEI TSANG CHI MASSAGE FOR THE VITAL ORGANS
by Mantak Chia
416 pages 6×9
243 b&w illustrations
The energies of negative emotions, stress, and tension, and weight of past illnesses, all accumulate in the abdominal center, causing energy blockages and congestion. When this occurs, all vital functions stagnate and myriad problems arise. Practicing the self-healing techniques of Chi Nei Tsang removes this stagnation and detoxifies and rejuvenates the vital organs.
INNER TRADITIONS BEAR & COMPANY
Books for the Mind, Body, & Spirit
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by Estela Portillo Trambley
Two memorable characters with vastly different backgrounds get to know each other as they work as caretakers on a ranch: Placido Merono is Mexican American and Salvador Campos is an undocumented immigrant. Together they become aware of their similarities and differences.
206 pp paper $15.00 ISBN 978-1-931010-03-0
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