INSIDE THE GIFT BOX

SEPTEMBER NEWS

Greetings to all educators, students, and academia. Cheers this Labor Day Weekend to working readers, too!

Heart Shaped: a collection of short romances is FREE on Friday, September 2 and Saturday, September 3. “Sweet, wistful and intriguing.”–Late Bloomer review.

Congratulations SAINT Mother Teresa of Calcutta! Officially a saint this month. Rock on!

Thank you Chicago Public Library and Santa Monica Public Library Main Branch for adding The Gift Counselor to your catalogs. 

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Check out LitLovers website: Reading Guide The Gift Counselor

Extended till December!!! Signed copies of The Gift Counselor are on sale at P.J. Boox Book Store in Fort Myers, Florida. 13550 Reflections Parkway, Suite 2-203. info@pjboox.com.

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From Mother Teresa’s acceptance speech of the Nobel Prize: “Some time ago in Calcutta we had great difficulty in getting sugar, and I don’t know how the word got around to the children, and a little boy of four years old, Hindu boy, went home and told his parents: I will not eat sugar for three days, I will give my sugar to Mother Teresa for her children. After three days his father and mother brought him to our home. I had never met them before, and this little one could scarcely pronounce my name, but he knew exactly what he had come to do. He knew that he wanted to share his love.”

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