Singing at the top of our lungs: women, love, and creativity
The authors of Too Good for Her Own Good explore the conflicting roles of love and creativity in women's lives and offer suggestions and positive role models for women searching for answers. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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A Passion of Her Own
The Object of His Affection
The Shadow of Her Smile
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Women who Hurt Themselves: A Book of Hope and Understanding
Limited preview - 2005
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Bodied Mindfulness: Women’s Spirits, Bodies and Places
Limited preview - 1995