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FSCJ Affiliated Authors
Affiliated authors include:
- Current and past FSCJ staff members
- Current and past FSCJ students
Ruth Coe Chambers (Staff)
Pamela M. Covington (Student)
Dr. Naita Guine (Staff)
A Way Out by
Call Number: BF724.3.S9 G85 2017
Publication Date: 2017-12-19
Highly Successful Teens - we all admire them, but some tiny part of us hates them for making everything look effortless. Get the inside story and practical "how to" strategies for teens (and their parents). Based on research, Dr. Naita Guine presents information in a quick, easy-to-read book. Adults and teens will want to return to it regularly for instructions and inspiration.
Pat James (Staff)
Is that really me? by
Call Number: PZ7.1.J364 Is 2016
Publication Date: 2016
This easy reader for beginning readers introduces you to a bird that has learned an important lesson. It's all right to be yourself.
Erin Richman (Staff)
Mary Blair Destiny by
Call Number: CT275.B535 R53 2019
Publication Date: 2019-05-15
How long can the past stay buried? How long can secrets remain undiscovered? What is "destiny?" Mary Blair Destiny is an unforgettable journey of serendipity, resilience, and healing.Based on the true story of Dorothy Bryan, her journey uncovers her birth parents by a series of 'accidents' -- and their affluent yet tragic lives in old Virginia. Fate and chance encounters lead Dorothy to discover details of her birth and then her surprising abandonment as an infant. Dorothy set forth on an unwavering quest to find answers and bring healing to her life, yet she carried shame with her to the grave. A prominent politician, a doctor's fastidious records, and a unique name, Mary Blair, solved the puzzle of Dorothy's life. Generations later, more details are unearthed, but we can never know what was forever buried with those that held the deepest family secrets. She is secret no longer.Following the lessons from the people impacting Dorothy's story, Richman reveals to readers virtues of looking at life as one moment, and that this present moment is irreplaceable. Richman and the lives portrayed in her story are proof that the richness of life is found in our connections with others--marriages and friendships, the moments in life that we share, and the ways that we become connected. The stories told in Mary Blair Destiny add up to a guide for living well, with inspiration for all of us.Join Erin Richman on this journey to resolve and heal a legacy that impacted generations of women and a branch of a family once abandoned.
Danielle Tobler (Student)
Don't Lose Yourself in a Man by
Call Number: PS3570.O635 D66 2013
Publication Date: 2013-03-01
Sarah and her husband Charlie has a very unique relationship. Sarah does everything to please Charlie, however, Charlie is such hard man to please. He's isolated her from her family, made her quit her job, abuses her physicaly and verbally and even moves his girlfriend Andrea in to live with them. If this isn't enough to make her leave him, maybe the murder is.
James (J.L.) Tracy (Student)
Vickie Massey Witherspoon (Staff)