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AuthorHouse, Jan 25, 2006 - Literary Collections - 260 pages
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As you drive to work what would happen if you simply turned the car around and traveled directly out of town?  What would happen if you just drove straight out of the state?


One average, typical Tuesday morning Jane turns her Volvo right instead of left  and briskly drives away; from her job, her husband, her life, towards something she can’t identify.


Jane is a forty-year-old woman who runs away from home. Her adventures answer the question; what would happen if you chucked it all and just left town?

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About the author (2006)

Catharine Bramkamp lives in California with her husband, one out of two sons and a dog that reproduces its weight in fur balls once a week. She has published over 300 newspaper and magazine articles most recently in Modern Maturity. She is a featured contributor to Chicken Soup for the Writer’s Soul, and has published a collection of essays Being Miss Behaved.

Catharine holds a BA in English from UCSB and a Masters in English from Sonoma State University. She teaches a journaling class The Inside Out.

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