Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The Museum of Michael's Mind: Memories, Memoirs, and Meanderings

Now available for purchase.
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The Museum of Michael’s Mind:

Memoirs, Memories, & Meanderings

Volume One - The Collected Writings - 2005 - 2015 

“With soft humor and gentle wonder, Michael generously shares his reflections on compassion and connection. What he has learned will resonate in your heart and mind.” 

Patricia Anderson May 2010 EWW Conference

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Over 350 pages, containing 150+ short writings including creative non-fiction, fiction, dreams, thoughts, experiences, memories, and more. Michael’s writing is easy, engaging, and at times eloquent. Figurative, fanciful, and at times funny. Meaningful, meandering, and at times moving. Detailed, descriptive, and at times deep.

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“…the audience for which he wrote this book includes: (unabashedly) himself, those who might have thought similar thoughts to his, those who have had similar experiences as he has had. It is for those who have wondered about things, those who have looked for answers, those who have supported a close one through living with Alzheimer’s, those who have grieved the death of a loved one and celebrated the birth of a new being. He hopes to let the reader know they are not alone in this frightening, overwhelming, impermanent, wonderful world.”

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His author’s “voice” invited you to get a cup of coffee and join him in a conversation about life. Being his voice, you will probably not be able to get a word in edgewise but still, the experience should be an enjoyable one.

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He made a baker’s dozen of his favorite chocolate chip cookies! Another cup of coffee? Sure. And have another cookie. 

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