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Who Am I?

The Day I Lost You is Magical

Fionnuala Kearney Reaches Brilliance in The Day I Lost You Reviewed by  Mary E. Latela on November 17, 2016 When I learned that Fionnuala Kearney had a new novel, I rushed to purchase it and read it. What a ride! … Continue reading

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Holly Jacobs is Radiant in Hold Her Heart

   Hold Her Heart by Holly Jacobs. Review by Mary E. Latela, October 12, 2016 In each of Holly Jacobs’ books, we readers are invited into a deeper understanding of the life journey, with its twists and turns, and filled … Continue reading

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Ann Garvin Shines with On Maggie’s Watch

On Maggie’s Watch reviewed by Mary E. Latela, September 22, 2016 On Maggie’s Watch, Ann Garvin’s new novel, explores how a young woman who has lost her first baby tries to move on. She moves back to her home town, … Continue reading

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Immigrants, Refugees, History

History , Refugees, History bubble.com By Mary E. Latela, September 19, 2016 Nicholas Kristoff, Pulitzer prize- winning journalist wrote “Would You Hide a Jew from the Nazis?” [Published the New York Times (Nicholas Kristof SEPT. 17, 2016] Ken Burns, who … Continue reading

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The Brightness Index

A Glowing Collection in The Brightness Index, September 5, 2016 reviewed by Mary E. Latela Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: The Brightness Index (Kindle Edition) Grace Mattioli’s stories gently move about highlighting the lives of ordinary, yet special folks. … Continue reading

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Tea on the Terrace

Reflection by Mary E. Latela This page is dedicated to @berylkingston on the occasion of the publication of a new blog “Walk & Talk” I love birthdays, including my own. I am happy to be here at age seventy. I … Continue reading

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Stories to Tell

The Aleut Peoples, wordpress Stories, reflection by Mary E. Latela 8/18/2016 It seems that I’ve been collecting stories for a long, long time. That’s good! I recall some lovely times with my Grandma, how she taught me to crochet, and … Continue reading

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Taking the Road Less Travelled

January 19, 2016 The Road Less Traveled by Mary E Latela So, Caroline told me that she saw a post on Google linked to findagrave.com, announcing your death as of August 5, 2014.  This was a shock, of course, because … Continue reading

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Speculation, Willingness

Interaction: Maddow & Warren by Mary E. Latela August 6, 2016 MADDOW: And I know you’re not seeking the job and I know you love being a senator. But if you were asked to be Secretary Clinton’s running mate, do … Continue reading

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Mary Latela – Who Am I Anyway?

Can’t turn off the thinking, dreaming, writing button. Success with small press non-fiction starting in the 1980s. Formerly called “inspirational” my work is focused on reflection… Source: Mary Latela

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