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Just Keep Dancing by Susan Brauer

JUST KEEP DANCING because “It's never too late to live happily ever after.

Telling her story much like a friend would talk to you over a cup of coffee, Susan describes her 20 year relationship and marriage to her childhood sweetheart and how that relationship turned abusive and ultimately violent and dangerous.
She then details the event that caused her to make a major life change and how this self awakening brought control, success, and hope into her life.
We are sure that you will find Susan’s powerful message not only to be an inspiration, but you will also find JUST KEEP DANCING to be a compelling and uplifting read that shows,
“It truly is never too late to live happily ever after.”

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LEADERSHIP 1937-2013: The First Forty Presidents of the National Federation of Press Women
by Marianne Wolf-Astrauskas
This 145 page work gives a glimpse into the rich history of the NFPW by providing an informative look at the forty highly talented and empowered women that were its leaders over the past 76 years.
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THE ANTHOLOGY
of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association
In 1914 the depth of talented authors of the Illinois Woman's Press Association published an anthology they called "The Memory Book". In honor and celebration of their memory, we showcase the talented writers and members that have followed the journey by lending their voices to the written word. IWPA has always supported and recognized a woman’s desire to be heard. The new generation of IWPA continues the legacy with "The Anthology of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association" centennial edition.
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Just One More Child: The Faith, Love and Compassion of Reverend Verent Mills
by Dr. Chun-Wai Chan

Rev. Mills’ career spanned from 1931 when he left Canada for Guangdong, China, as a missionary to 1980 when he retired.
His 50 years of distinctive service were characterized by one principle: “Add a little more water to the porridge, and another pair of chopsticks on the table.” This principle enabled him to extend his ability from taking care of one orphan to saving the lives of tens
of thousands of orphans. This is the evidence that faith the size of a mustard seed can have the power to move mountains.

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