Thank You For My Many Blessings

Story by Janet Wroblewski Mickle with illustrations by Nena Carberry

SOS 4 TOTS *Lim Bulk Order*

by Lawrence Kotlow, DDS

Redolent Wind

by Dennis Bove

Reluctant Aerialist

by Dennis Bove

Stirring the Cauldron of Winter: Plant Medicine for the Dark Times

Written by Lisa Marie Fazio 

Illustrated by Scott Ferguson

Clean Out Your LifeCloset

By Corbie Mitleid

Grant Writing for Aging Services and Programs

By Carol R. Hegeman and William C. Lane

Where Beauty Lies

by Irving Kronenberg

A Sense Of Destiny

By Ella O'Kelly

Pearce Monaghan, the dynamic charismatic minister in Ireland’s newest political party is enjoying popular support by the electorate, who see him as a future leader. Yet his world starts to unravel when he purchases land for a job program from the seductive and beautiful Avis, an American horse trainer with a castle in Kildare. His political rivals spread rumors of profiteering, conflict of interest and murder.

Against this backdrop of Irish political life, Rosie Leahy, a journalist, and Connell McDaid, an aide to the minister, join forces to restore the image of Pearce and the political party. Their love affair unfolds as they dig deep to uncover the mysteries behind the crimes.

Irish born author Ella O'Kelly has a background in journalism in both Ireland and the US and currently resides in upstate New York.

“Their Name Is Wicks…”

By Ann C. Sayers

I'm the Gay Twin | Insights from a Crowded Womb

by Bonsai Cox

“Bonsai Cox recalls her long journey from sense-memory of the crowded womb she shared with her sister to the confident, comfortable gay woman she is today. In I'm the Gay Twin, she invites you along on this necessary, painful, confusing and ultimately rewarding trek. While the people and events she encounters along the way are specific to her life and to her place in time, this glimpse into coming out in suburban New England fifty years ago will enrich all whose hearts and minds are illuminated by her story."


-Mary Kate Jordan, author, The Bridge Called Grief.




Bonsai Cox lives in the Berkshire Hills in western Massachusetts with her partner of more than 30 years. She is a retired psychiatric nurse who loves photography, animals and the outdoors. She also enjoys collecting shark's teeth and fossils on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Her first book, 
I Keep Coming Out, was published in 2013.



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