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Aug 10, 2011
My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness is described as an illuminating portrayal in the current issue of the NAMI Advocate. The review also says the book is a gripping story that will capture any reader.

Jul 06, 2011
Barbara Florio-Graham will talk with Rabbi Bulka July 10 9 PM to 11 PM EDT discussing her article about purchasing an athletic supporter for Peter Falk for his 1955 appearance in the off Broadway play The Changeling. One of many articles in the book

Jul 04, 2011
The two highly acclaimed books, After Her Bra\in Broke and My Schizophrenic Life, will be available at the convention bookstore. In addition, Susan Inman (After Her Brain Broke) will be autographing copies on July 9 at 11:45.

Apr 25, 2011
The review concluded that Prose To Go: Tales From a Private List, is an "eclectic mix of memories of shared love, laughter, and hope (that) should appeal to a wide readership, and deserves to find a place in every public library collection"

Dec 09, 2010
Romance E-books are the fastest growing genre because they can be hidden. But, our authors don't need to be hidden. To prove it, the humor of Pitt and the mystery of Dawson are 50% off. You will laugh out loud with Pitt and be absorbed by Dawson

Nov 22, 2010
Don't Look Down, by mystery writer and psychiatrist, David Laing Dawson, is being offered as an 8 part serialization to promote the author. Reviews have described this book as "thought provoking and inspiring too" - Dawson compared to Robin Cook

Nov 04, 2010
On Thursday Nov 25 at 7:30 PM at the Cherie Smith JCCGV Jewish Book Festival in Vancouver, BC in a session entitled Up Close and Personal - Facing Mental Illness, Susan Inman will discuss her highly praised memoir.

Oct 05, 2010
Three books, 1 film - An overview - theories, symptoms, treatment; impact on the family in a poignant memoir by a mother - recommended by NAMI; impact on the person described as "compelling and gripping by Library Journal; an uplifting documentary

Sep 27, 2010
to get them into adulthood alive, healthy, preferably educated and skilled, without a major drug problem, criminal record or pregnancy. Anything more is a bonus, author/psychiatrist David Laing Dawson says, then shows how you can achieve that goal.

Sep 20, 2010
Library Journal continues with "the book takes on a life of its own as MacKay relates her life long struggles......(and) "finds her salvation through art and writing as she learns to capitalize on creative insights gleaned from her ...mental illness



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