Mind Games

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AuthorHouse, Oct 22, 2012 - Medical - 84 pages
Reviewed by Deborah Fox, News-Bulletin Staff Writer, Valencia County News-Bulletin: "Increasing the level of contentment in your life is simple science, says counselor and author Joan Leslie Woodruff, and her new book, Mind Games, published by AuthorHouse, will show you how ... Woodruff is a local author who has written seven books of fiction and one nonfiction, MIND GAMES. Her book, GHOST in the RAINBOW is currently in negotiations for film rights, and she anticipates the movie will be filmed locally."
 

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Contents

DAY ONE
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DAY TWO
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DAY THREE
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DAY FOUR
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DAY FIVE
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DAY SIX
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DAY SEVEN
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DAY EIGHT
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DAY SIXTEEN
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DAY SEVENTEEN
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DAY EIGHTEEN
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DAY NINETEEN
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DAY TWENTY
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DAY TWENTYONE
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DAY TWENTYTWO
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DAY TWENTYTHREE
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DAY NINE
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DAY TEN
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DAY ELEVEN
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DAY TWELVE
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DAY THIRTEEN
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DAY FOURTEEN
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DAY FIFTEEN
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DAY TWENTYFOUR
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DAY TWENTYFIVE
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DAY TWENTYSIX
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DAY TWENTYSEVEN
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DAY TWENTYEIGHT
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MY OTHER BOOKS
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About the author (2012)

Joan Leslie Woodruff is the author of seven books, numerous short stories, and dozens of articles in professional publications. One of her novels, GHOST in the RAINBOW, has been optioned for movie and television by a well known film company in California. She was born on a USAF base, and grew up in New Mexico. Her ancestry includes Native American, German and Russian. She graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Loma Linda University of Medicine and Allied Health Professions. In 1976, she obtained certification in psychometrics from California State University. In 1983 she received her Master's, with double majors in counseling and education, from California State University San Bernardino. She has worked as an upper extremity rehabilitation specialist, an evaluator and a counselor. She is semi-retired and living on a small ranch in Central New Mexico, where she continues to write suspense mystery novels. Her nonfiction writing relates primarily to her professional background (as a therapist). Her books are available worldwide.

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