Standing with trees 2

Carol D. Marsh

Award-winning essayist and author of an award-winning memoir about living and working with DC’s homeless women with AIDS.
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Sometimes you see an injustice and decide to help. Along the way you discover that the ones you think you’re helping, the hopeless and lost ones, are giving you your life. This is about women, some with AIDS, transforming one another.
Books Carol Recommends
A young adult novel about a boy growing up in Alaska - well written and interesting, I can see young people reading this book and loving it.
Book one in a character-driven middle reader series about an Alaska Native teenager living in small-town Alaska. While helping his dad at the Moose Like Espresso Cafe, Rigs Seward gets a firsthand look at the locals, and all of their local drama.
A book about depression by a therapist who knows depression in more than an academic sense. This is going to be a good book, and helpful
Clinical depression is an often misunderstood condition.  I am both a therapist and a patient, and I hope that the telling of my own story can lead to greater understanding of this very common illness.
I like to keep track of us nonfiction authors on Inkshares, and am excited about Patrick's book. Check it out and lend your support!
A book featuring large photographs of beautiful bicycle infrastructure from around the world.
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