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Always BecomingForever! A Journal of Conscious Living/Conscious Dying. By Clare M. Buckland and Diana C. Douglas. Vancouver, BC: Becoming Books, 1999. $19, $22 Canada. To order, contact Becoming Books at (877) 234-9473. In their journal entries from 1996 to 1998, one author (Douglas) bears witness to the inner journey of the other (Buckland) as she tries to understand what conscious living and conscious dying are about. Douglas ultimately learns to listen to herself, find peace, and approach death with an inquiring mind.
Ponderings & Prayers. By M. Maureen Killoran. Asheville, NC: Unitarian Universalist Church of Asheville, 1999. $10 (includes shipping). To order, send check payable to UU Church of Asheville, Ponderings & Prayers, One Edwin Pl., Asheville, NC 28801. This small paperback collection features prayers, meditations, and musings written by UU minister Killoran.
Keeping the Beat: Healthy Aging through Amateur Chamber Music Playing. By Ada P. Kahn, Evanston, IL: Wordscope Associates, 1999. $21.95, $25.95 Canada. Order from Wordscope Associates, PO Box 7033, Evanston, IL 60204; (847) 328-4512; www.keepingthebeat.com. This book features interviews with 24 chamber music players who share their love of the art in hopes of inspiring older amateur musicians to use chamber music to make new friends and cope with life's changes.
Sudden Tremor of Black Air. By Janet S. Emmons. Colorado Springs: Twin Finches Press, 2000. $15 includes shipping. Order from Twin Finches Press, 6660 Delmonico Dr., Suite D, #446, Colorado Springs, CO 80919; (719) 260-7442; www.twinfinches.com. This 88-page paperback collection of dream poems is written by a woman who has been studying and writing from her dreams for more than a decade.
Alien Child. By Mona Lee. Seattle: Open Hand Publishing, 1999. $12.95. Order from Open Hand Publishing, P.O. Box 22048, Seattle, WA 98122; (206) 323-2187; (206) 323-2188 (fax), www.openhand.com. Part science fiction, this is a tale about a child born from the union of an alien woman and a human. Raised by an earth family, the child doesn't know her true identity but discovers her telepathic powers, which she then uses to bring about a just world government.
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