Sometimes we need a little help finding ourselves in our own lives. Jennifer Louden has written The Life Organizer to help you stay connected to you! And returning guest NYT Bestseller Carla Neggers takes us back to the lush Swift River Valley with the story of one woman’s quest for treasure and redemption in her upcoming new release Cider Brook! We’ll also hear from John Davidson regarding his haunting new book based on actual events, The Obedient Assassin

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Being rescued by a good-looking, bad-boy firefighter isn’t how Samantha Bennett expected to start her stay in Knights Bridge, Massachusetts. Now she has everyone’s attentionβ€”especially that of Justin Sloan, her rescuer, who wants to know why she was camped out in an abandoned old New England cider mill. Carla Neggers returns to Swift River Valley to unfold the tale of these unlikely partners in her upcoming release Cider Brook. Carla’s writing career began with a notepad in the branches of her favorite sugar maple tree at the age of eleven, and has led to over 60 novels with translations in 24 languages and several stays on the NYT bestseller list! Find out what keeps this prolific author churning out books after all these years!

Jennifer Louden believes that self-love + world-love = wholeness for all. Her latest book is aptly titled The Life Organizer, and it is designed to guide the reader into saving time by assessing greater sources of knowing than the conscious mind allows, increasing creativity and energy by embracing your own quirky self, trusting and investigating your desires, and perhaps most importantly, live your own life instead of someone else’s. Jennifer has written four other books on well-being and whole living and has also been a national magazine columnist.

A visit to the Trotsky Museum in Coyoacan, Mexico in 2001 began the inspiration for John Davidson to write the novel that eventually became The Obedient Assassin. While the novel is a work of fiction, over a decade of researching the actual events and the conspiracies and cover-up’s created a jigsaw puzzle of intrigue which Davidson has spun into a haunting and fascinating look at one of the more intriguing candidates for crime of the century. Davidson kept as many of the names real as possible, as well as the descriptive details. He is an award-winning writer and has worked as senior editor at several publications as well as teaching english at a university in Puerto Rico.

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