What We Take for Truth
published by Adelaide Books
Evergreen forests, long-buried secrets, abandonment and betrayal are all part of the journey Grace Tillman must travel to find the truths she chooses to believe
In this engaging coming-of-age novel, Deborah Nedelman brings the forested foothills of Western Washington clearly into focus with sharp detail and rain-washed descriptions. Her unique characters, especially spirited protagonist Parrot, pop off the page with true-to-life, small-town sensibility, while the story carries the reader along like a cascading river to a surprising, yet fulfilling conclusion.
Frances Wood, author of Becoming Beatrice
Contemporary World Literature, 2011
The Perfect Container
Writers Type, winner of June 2012 Short Story Contest
The Girl Who Has Everything Places an Ad
Every Writer's Resource, 2011
The Bite: A Play Without Dialogue
Literary Orphans, 2012
Also in The Greater Secrets, The Best of Year One Anthology from Literary Orphans
We are Sorry for Any Inconvenience (a short-short)
Literary Orphans, 2014
The American Dream
Concho River Review, 2018
Evangeline and the Wrestlers
Finalist, Adelaide Literary Award Short Story Contest 2018
A Guide for Beginning Psychotherapists Cambridge University Press1977
Originally published in 1977 and reprinted over 20 times, this has become a classic. Translated into 10 languages and used across the world, A Guide for Beginning Psychotherapists provides students of psychotherapy with a highly ethical and commonsense approach to the practical difficulties that confront all beginning psychotherapists.
Still Sexy After All These Years? The 9 Unspoken Truths about Women's Desire Beyond 50
Women from 50 to 95 reveal their true thoughts, desires, fears, and questions about sex and sexual self-esteem. Lively, reassuring, and illuminating, this book is a compassionate road map for women who are faced with the mystery of aging sexuality.