MY BOOKS

What We Take For Truth

An Environmental Tale of Hard Choices and Family Secrets

An impressive environmental tale with an engaging heroine from a talented new novelist” -- starred Kirkus review 

Named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2019

Winner, Sarton Women’s Book Award 2019

 

For group discussion questions and inspirational imagery, please visit the Book Clubs page.

Copyright 2019. Adelaide Press; New York, NY.

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Still Sexy After All

These Years

The 9 Unspoken Truths About Women's Desire After 50

What really happens to women’s sexual desire after menopause? The result is this lively, reassuring and illuminating book—a compassionate road map for women who are faced with the mystery of aging sexually.

Copyright 2006. Perigree Trade; New York, NY.

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A Guide for Beginning

Psychotherapists

Basic How-To Manual for New Therapists

Published in 1977 and translated into 10 languages. A classic textbook used in psychotherapy training programs around the world.

Copyright 1977. Cambridge University Press; UK.

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SHORT STORIES

"Evie… studied their feet, how lightly they shifted and how they torqued their bodies, calculating their opponent’s weakness."

 Finalist, Adelaide Literary Award Short Story Contest, 2018

"The delicious combination of wanting (in the red-blooded American way) and the tingle of jeopardy made her high.”

"At four he is an earnest collector."

"...caused by our need to cancel your flight and route you through Detroit, the one city in the world you vowed you’d never visit again…"

"The air – polluted with intoxicating sweetness, deep breaths not recommended, mirages abound."

"She got the call from the crematorium. They must have said something like 'his ashes are here, come and pick them up.'"

Winner, Writers Type Short Story Contest, 2012

"Original cost: $6800. Asking $1500. Because this is genuine couture, it isn’t possible to give a size in the ordinary sense…"

"They lived in the woods for months at a time - no cell phones, internet and the closest general delivery twenty-five miles from their campsite. “

Contemporary World Literature, 2011

 
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