- A fresh, positive framework for making sense of children’s "difficult" behavior
- A dynamic, integrated and humane way to understand the complexity of our lives and struggles
- Insight into navigating dual identities (therapist and a patient, researcher and subject)
- A life-long bookworm, resigned to a passionless marriage, is writing her dissertation on Georgia O’Keeffe. Then she meets a photographer who tells her that the only way she can really understand O’Keeffe is by doing what O’Keeffe did – that is, by re-enacting O’Keeffe’s famous nude photos.
Elizabeth always thought you had to pick: brainy or sexy. Can a person be both?
- When a classical pianist’s now-or-never opportunity is threatened by a hereditary disease that’s making her fingers cramp and curl, her quest for a cure leads her back to the birth family she’s never been able to forgive – and the country-and-western sister she’s never known.
How can Susannah know if she’s good enough to be truly "chosen"?
- Three Aspects of Your Book’s “Aboutness”: Goal, Question, and Premise
- Maps, Webs, and Grids for the Visual-Spatial Writer…and for all of us
- Un-dead Darlings
- Organic Coherence: Enhancing a scene’s effectiveness
- Search-and-destroy or search-and-employ?
- A Protagonist We Can Root For: Likable, relatable, neither or both?