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The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigress

by Dorothy Goepel

The history of Taoism is not clear-cut, nor is Taoism easily defined; however, it is widely accepted that Taoism originated in China as a blend of psychology and philosophy and later emerged as a religion in the first or fourth century... Read More

Book Review

These People Are Us

by Dorothy Goepel

The author has brought to the page quirky characters and settings that could only exist in real life in the American South. His main characters are neither poor nor rich and fall somewhere between having a high school and college... Read More

Book Review

So You Want to Write

by Dorothy Goepel

The authors have distilled the essence of the workshops they’ve led for many years, shaping the core material into a book focused on the fundamentals of writing fiction and memoir, to help aspiring authors enrich their own writing. The... Read More

Book Review

Rich in Good Works

by Dorothy Goepel

News reports and short fictionalized accounts about the moneyed class offer a slim look into the lives of the wealthy, and sometimes only serve to reinforce stereotypical ideas that prevail with regard to the rich. For readers in search... Read More

Book Review

Safari Chic

by Dorothy Goepel

Whispering the word “safari” can release soothing images of an exotic continent locked away in the hearts of travelers fortunate enough to experience an uncommon journey to this realm or satisfied to be swallowed up by expeditions... Read More

Book Review

A Woman's Path

by Dorothy Goepel

A sense of the spiritual arises in short spurts and over a lifetime of cherishing the soul and all things divine. Reassurance, peace and miracles are perpetual pursuits on Earth, thus from one vantage point humans encounter the mystical... Read More

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