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Comments & letters like these two from readers are a HUGE part of why I write

Comments from readers like these two–by Miracle and Annie–are a HUGE part of why I write. It is incredible to hear that my books help people stay alive and get through hard times, or stop cutting and get help, or … Continue reading

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Video: Cheryl Rainfield on the healing power of books, and her newest book STAINED

In honor of STAINED being released today, I made a new author video. I hope it speaks to you. I also have three downloadable freebies–articles on loving your body, being emotionally strong, and self-defense, another author video, and the STAINED … Continue reading

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Reading Books For Your Life: Bibliotherapy Helps

Reading books that deal with the issues you’re going through—and talking or journaling about it afterward—can help you get things you need. You can find out you’re not alone; feel understood; discover new ways to work through a problem; or … Continue reading

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The power of books to heal

I love hearing about stories where books have helped people. It’s inspiring–as both a reader and a writer. I know how much books–mostly novels–helped me survive my childhood. They are part of what helped keep me alive. I know books … Continue reading

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