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Aftermath: Coming of Age on Three Continents

A memoir depicting a nomadic childhood in the aftermath of the Holocaust From the foothills of the Himalayas to America, one family’s search for home spanned four countries across three continents New York, NY–Acclaimed writer Annette Libeskind Berkovits returns to the literary scene with her latest title “Aftermath: Coming of…
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Book Blast! Emily

Emily is a dark-spiralling tale of a family’s inherited trauma, inspired by American poet Emily Dickinson. This novel is ultimately about reclamation from cycles of abuse. Playwright Teddy Maine is trapped in a disturbing journey that slips in and out of reality, unravelling dangerous and painful secrets as he tries…
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Book Blast! Why We Argue and How to Stop

Why We Argue and How to Stop: A Therapist’s Guide to Navigating Disagreements, Managing Emotions, and Creating Healthier Relationships You don’t have to go to every argument you’re invited all argue, but understanding why can help you avoid some of those foot-in-your-mouth moments where you say something you know you’ll…
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Book Blast: Lasting Happiness in Uncertain Times

“Bruce Alexander has responded with deep thought to lingering societal anxiety and his own significant life challenges. Drawing on traditional culture, spirituality and recent medical research, he synthesises the best current thinking on happiness into easily adoptable life skills that combine to build a resilient personality. His lifetime experience as…
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Book Blast! He Said, She S.A.I.D – What if your memoir turned into a horror story?

He Said, She It is a parent’s worst nightmare. The police bursting into your suburban home, accosting you in bed, arresting you, and hauling you off to jail. All while your 10-year-old son watches from the shadows in terror. Bruce McLaughlin lived through this nightmare in May of 1998. He…
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