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Relativity -- New book about transcending duty with familial love
HOUSTON, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Everyone has an Aunt Ruth. Everyone, at some point in life, will become his brother's keeper---either out of love or duty, or both. If one is lucky, the love outlasts the duty. Surviving Aunt Ruth (now available through 1stBooks Library) is Joyce Pounds Hardy's account of the memorable years she coped with her unpredictable aunt. Following the death of her husband, Aunt Ruth tested every survival skill her niece could muster as the author weathered a tug of wills for nine years.
Living With Anxiety -- New book exposes the hard truth about anxiety disorder
GREENFIELD, Wis., Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Twenty years ago anxiety disorder was not a familiar term. Children, such as Mark Arthur Pagel, grew up dealing with the disorder without medical help or understanding from family and classmates. Pagel's new book, Growing Up with Anxiety Disorder (now available through 1stBooks Library), relives his own experiences in dealing with the illness during grade school, high school, college and adulthood.
One Man's Path -- New author offers inspiration through his personal struggles
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- New author, Scott Faia, encourages individuals to strive for a higher purpose in all that they do. In his newly released book, Chronicles of a Soul's Journey (now available through 1stBooks Library), Faia seeks to inspire by recounting the daily moments that become "markers on the path to conscious living."
How I Created an Empire -- TV Pioneer Lawrence H. Rogers II Tells How He Helped Build the TV Industry
CINCINNATI, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- In today's world, life is so much more complicated with the Internet, DVDs and plasma screen TVs. It used to be a click of the switch; a whiff of ozone and the fluorescent blue filled the room with a warm glow. How society got from there to here is a whole different story. History of U.S. Television -- A Personal Reminiscence (now available through 1stBooks Library) by Lawrence H. Rogers II gives a first hand account of the favorite family member, the TV, by one of the pioneers of the industry.