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Death and Dying

Death, like a butterfly, comes on wings of beauty. It is a ray of light that carries you to glory. But dying…dying is a vulture that devours the body. 565 more words

Tricia Sullivan

A Pleasant Place to Visit

In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen

Summary:   Farleigh Place, the ancestral home of Lord Westerham and his five daughters, now also houses a division of British soldiers, changing the way they have to live. 441 more words

Tricia Sullivan

"War and Peace" is a Better Choice

The Girl with No Name by Diney Costeloe

Summary:   Thirteen-year-old Lisa has escaped from Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport. She arrives in London unable to speak a word of English, her few belongings crammed into a small suitcase. 251 more words

Tricia Sullivan

Accepting death

I’ve recently been asked by multiple people how I stay so positive while going through something so difficult and challenging. If I’m being completely honest, the answer is quite simple- accepting that death may come a little sooner than you had once anticipated. 289 more words

Cancer

TA Sullivan reblogged this on Tas Through the Looking Glass and commented:

psychopomp-3d-dls-8pxls-2Death is a part of life, no matter how much we shy away from it.

Make It Personal

When preparing for speaking engagements and presentations based on my non-fiction books, I always ensure that I include several anecdotes or observations. While some authors prefer to keep their personal life private, sharing snippets of yourself with your audience usually helps them relate to you and your story. 512 more words

Tricia Sullivan