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Love of Books
May 2, 2011 by Mara Purl
My new book "What the Heart Knows" is about you, a woman who's getting around to doing the things that, in your heart of hearts, you've always wanted to do.
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An Elevated View
April 18, 2011 by Mara Purl
A new anthology of writers-on-writing is published by Seven Oaks Publishing, featuring Mara Purl, Margaret Coel, and Laurie Wagner Buyer.
Posted in Associated Press, Book Reviews, Books, Collaboration with other writers, Colorado, inspiring through fiction novels, Japan, Journalism, Mara Purl, Milford-Haven Novels & Stories, Newspaper articles, of lives through books, Possibili-Teas in Colorado and New York, Publishing, relationships, Rolling Stone, self-growth, The Financial Times of London, Transformation, Uncategorized, Western Fiction, Women's Fiction, Writing | Tagged An Elevated View, Anatomy of a Story, Arapaho people, Associated Press, author Mara Purl, Catholic Mission on Wind River Reservation, Colorado, Laurie Wagner Buyer, Mainichi Daily News, Margaret Coel, mentoring and helping fellow artists, New York Times best selling author Margaret Coel, Possibili-Teas in Colorado and New York, research and authenticity in storytelling, Rolling Stone, Seven Oaks Publishing, Side Canyons, singer-songwriter W.C. Jameson, The Financial Times of London, The Milford-Haven Books, W.C. Jameson, When I Came West, women's fiction, writing, writing in Rocky Mountains, Writing My Way from Effect to Cause, www.marapurl.com | Leave a comment
Aftershocks and Seismic Creep
March 21, 2011 by Mara Purl
Seismic plates shift violently when there's resistance in the faultline. But in one area of the San Andreas, there's no resistance at all, and thus no earthquakes. Can we examine our hearts to see what we're resisting?
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