A No Ordinary Women Mystery
Paperback ISBN: 087839656x
The No Ordinary Women are back! Robin Bentley and Cate Running Wolf have been through a lot together. Not that long ago, they risked their lives to solve a murder. You’d think they’d learn. But when ninety-six-year-old Era Dudley, a spry, compact woman with mauve hair, charges toward Robin, points a bony finger in her chest and demands she help locate her missing son, Robin can’t resist drawing Cate and the No Ordinary Women book club into yet another mystery. They’re not without help, however. Era and the other lovable and quirky residents of Meadowpoint Manor are not about to be sidelined, despite their advanced years.
Minnesota Duck Decoys: Yesterday's and Today's Folk Artists
Hardcover ISBN: 0972757813
Way We See it : A Fresh Look At Vision Loss
Trade Paperback ISBN: 0988868113
Running on a Mind Rewired: A Memoir
Trade Paperback ISBN: 0983944822
"She was the only girl in the boys' high school hockey league, fighting to keep playing in spite of concussions and other serious injuries. By age seventeen, she was battling her second round of severe depression, this time while hooked on crack. A near-death experience-her interrupted suicide-would haunt her through multiple unsuccessful attempts at drug and alcohol treatment. Then, Jennifer Cannon realized she had to find her own path to recovery. Written with unflinching honesty, Running on a Mind Rewired is at times harrowing, yet ultimately hopeful. Jennifer's story will inspire others to persevere in the face of what may seem to be overwhelming odds.
Paperback ISBN: 1848614675
Poetry. "Suspended between home and the city, which glows abstractly in the background, THE BRIDGE is a timely book in this age when commutes and device-driven inwardness consumes so much of our days. At times casual and at times earnest, the attention to time and color, bodies and motion, bring heft to these svelte, track-like poems. The conceptual form of the poems echoes that of a train ride—the seemingly mundane opening and closing of the same doors, but at the exit, one is never in the same place as she was in the beginning. Speaker's poems transport readers so deftly, it's quite easy forget just how it was that you arrived."—Kyle Dargan
"Transit becomes an act of transcendence in Mary Austin Speaker's THE BRIDGE. I love how each section of the book ends almost where it begins, how the world comes as it goes, fl ash after fl ash&8212;and just when things begin to blur we 'awake to astonishing / geometry,' to an awareness that 'ascent is only a way / toward another opening.' THE BRIDGE limns with unmatched grace the internal and external process of daily passage."—Joseph Massey
"Most everything happens around us while we are in between, suspended in our own stories, and ill-prepared to be surprised. Mary Austin Speaker's THE BRIDGE honors the potential for magic as unknowns bump up against one another during the beginnings and endings of so many everyday days: '[I]t is not grace that opens / to let us burrow in / it's a chaos of reordering / which of these / is the obstacle / to understanding / how the magic happens.' In these pages, we commute through the always now and the always almost, unfathomably lucky to have a skilled poet willing to look very directly and say I see you, riding in the seat next to us."—Paula Cisewski
The Self-Care Solution
A Modern Mother's Essential Guide to Health and Well-Being
Paperback ISBN: 1631520687
Combining the thoughtful and expert narrative of a veteran mom of four children with the voices of hundreds of moms she surveyed,The Self-Care Solution offers insightful answers to poignant questions about how mothers take care of themselves, their relationships, and their jobs while raising their children—and how they don’t. Here, mothers reveal their struggles with self-care, and the consequences of neglecting themselves and their relationships, and share successful strategies to combat these issues. Each chapter also includes reflective self-assessment questions for mothers to gauge where they are from a self-care standpoint, as well as lists of tried and true tools they can employ to achieve more balance, and ultimately more satisfaction, within themselves and in their relationships. Inspirational yet practical,The Self-Care Solution will dramatically impact women who are navigating the critical responsibility of motherhood while attempting to stay true to themselves.
Murder at Spirit Falls
Paperback ISBN: 0878396144
Perched above Spirit Falls in the lush Wisconsin woodland, Robin Bentley’s cabin is remote enough for her and her book club friends to shed the restraints of city living, hike in the woods, take moonlight walks and go skinny dipping under the waterfall. But when a body washes up below the falls, the No Ordinary Women find themselves up to their bifocals in a real mystery. And one of them could be the next victim.
Paperback ISBN: 159298861x
Eleanor's Wars explores a timeless, universal subject: the insidious power of family secrets to mold and destroy lives and alter individual destinies.
Bonus Man (americana) (volume 3)
Trade Paperback ISBN: 1512207780
BONUS MAN explores the life of Adam “Bonus Man
Lives of Mapmakers
Paperback ISBN: 0887484514
In this astonishing debut, Alicia L. Conroy takes us on a journey from the palpably familiar to the deliciously imaginative realms of truth. These are brave stories, undaunted by convention and the humdrum of our times. Each is one of a kind, gorgeously hand-drawn, inspired by bold dreams, rendered with precision, together a true and beautiful atlas of the human heart. —Wendell Mayo In this astonishing debut, Alicia L. Conroy takes us on a journey from the palpably familiar to the deliciously imaginative realms of truth. These are brave stories, undaunted by convention and the humdrum of our times. Each is one of a kind, gorgeously hand-drawn, inspired by bold dreams, rendered with precision, together a true and beautiful atlas of the human heart. —Wendell Mayo