How Many Bad Dates Will You Go On This Year?

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We Were Not Spoiled chronicles the life of a Mainer born in 1921 in Lewiston and raised there. Lucille Verreault Ledoux’s life is typical of many Franco-Americans of her generation and, as such, is an important addition to our understanding of Maine’s ethnically diverse communities in the last century.
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Dark Knights

by Robert L. Bryan

Police Officers are the modern day embodiment of medieval knights, going to work each day with a noble cause to protect and serve society. The profession requires cops to see people at their worst. They see death, tragedy, crime, and despair on a daily basis. The very nature of the tasks cops perform and the things cops see skews their sense of humor. Sometimes, a sense of humor is the only defense mechanism in a police officer’s tool box. Stripped of the ability to laugh, or forced to be politically correct in a politically incorrect work environment can be hazardous to one’s health. Coping becomes an essential component of a police officer’s arsenal. One of the primary coping mechanisms utilized by cops is humor. A cop can find something funny about almost anything, regardless of how tragic the circumstances. Dark humor involves making light of a serious, disturbing or taboo subject matter. It is sometimes viewed as morbid, cruel, offensive, and graphic in nature and is yet, still found funny. This is the story of the author’s twenty-year police career with the New York City Transit Police and NYPD as he worked with some of New York City’s darkest knights – those cops who did and said the funniest things under the most difficult circumstances.

Are you wondering how to go on after someone you love has died?
Do you wish you felt confident about grieving and knew healthy ways to do it?
Are you longing for healing, peace, and a new sense of order in your world?This practical guide provides training in grief resilience, which is actually a skill set that can be learned, practiced, and incorporated into your life.Written by a licensed clinical social worker who is also a bereaved mother, the book presents a unique system that combines insights from both her professional background and personal experience. This approach builds grief resilience and transforms the reader from heartache to healing, wellness, and growth.

Losing someone you love can be a devastating experience. It is often excruciatingly painful and hard to wrap your mind around. Trying to take in this new reality and then figuring out how to move forward can leave you overwhelmed, shattered, heartbroken, and frightened. And because it feels impossible to accept the unacceptable, we learn by osmosis to put misery on the back burner and pretend we’re mostly okay.

But we’re not okay; this is not business as usual. We’re left with that burning question:

“How do I go on?”

The 4 Facets of Grief is a fresh approach to navigating loss, incorporating the most current thinking on resilience and growth.


How to Live with a Psychic

by Crystal Hope Reed

More and more people are discovering their psychic and healing abilities every day. This major life change often creates strife for couples and signals the beginning of the end of many relationships because partners start to grow apart. “How to Live with a Psychic,” the first book of its kind, focuses on concrete, practical, and simple ways to build an even stronger relationship during this increasingly common period of transformation. You can thrive in the face of this challenge!

Return to Glow

by Chandi Wyant


In her early forties, Chandi Wyant’s world implodes in the wake of a divorce and traumatic illness. Determined to embrace life by following her heart, she sets out on Italy’s historic pilgrimage route, the Via Francigena, to walk for forty days to Rome. Weakened by her recent illness, she walks over the Apennines, through the valleys of Tuscany, and beside busy highways on her 425-kilometer trek equipped with a nineteen-pound pack, two journals, and three pens. Return to Glow chronicles this journey that is both profoundly spiritual and ruggedly adventuresome. As Chandi traverses this ancient pilgrim’s route, she rediscovers awe in the splendor of the Italian countryside and finds sustenance and comfort from surprising sources. Drawing on her profession as a college history instructor, she gracefully weaves in relevant anecdotes, melding past and present in this odyssey toward her soul.

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Balancing on Blue

by Keith Foskett

Every year several thousand people attempt to hike all 2180 miles of the Appalachian Trail in the eastern United States. Being the first of the big three hikes in America, it is where long-distance hikers go to cut their teeth. Accompanied by an array of eclectic characters including a world champion juggler, a drug dealer, an Everton fan whose visa is expiring and a sex-starved builder from Minnesota, Keith Foskett’s experience proved far from normal.

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