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There's No Such Thing as "Fictionalized Memoir"

If I offered you a glass of red wine and you accepted, you’d expect red wine. If it was red wine vinegar and I acknowledged that I knew that, you’d likely feel betrayed. I could try to defend myself by saying that both are made from the same kind of grapes and that the vinegar […]

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Room to Grow: Interview with Author and Transformational Life Coach Laurie Buchanan

Laurie Buchanan fascinates me. She has as much energy as anyone I know, but the difference between her energy and that of others is power. People who exude energy often display nervous energy, the kind of energy that pulls rather than pushes, the kind that depletes rather than energizes. When Laurie speaks and writes, her […]

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