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Charlie, a fuzzy gray cat, walked out of the woods one evening and into Elizabeth's and Sarah's hearts. Now he sleeps on their beds, lets them dress him up in doll clothes, and laps up warm milk on chilly nights. But where does Charlie go during the day? It's…

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A widely published author and editor,Barbara Abercrombie teaches at the UCLA Extension Writer's Program. She lives in Santa Monica, California.

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?I would go as far as I could and hit a wall," said musician and memoirist Patti Smith. In response, playwright Sam Shepard advised, ?When you hit a wall, just kick it in." Writing teacher Barbara Abercrombie's powerful writing prompts give us just the push we…
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Because “grieving for an animal can be a pretty lonely place,” Barbara Abercrombie created this joyful and poignant, funny and smart collection of commiseration. Readers meet the cat who liked to fish tampon tubes out of the trash and then appear “jauntily…
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This book is for anyone who has always wanted to write about their life, but wondered how to get started, how to keep going, and whether it?s even worth it. Veteran author and teacher Barbara Abercrombie explains how to put the messy details of the typical life…

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This powerful and deeply inspirational handbook is for anyone coping with serious illness or injury-be it theirs or that of a loved one-who wants and needs to help themselves through the healing process. Offering her own experience with breast cancer, as well as…
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When Matthew tells his class that he has a pet lion, he has no idea what he's getting himself into. The more he talks, the bigger his story grows. How can Matthew use his wonderful imagination to make his show-and-tell lion real?