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"From Tragedy, Hope is Born, and You ARE that Hope, Jorgelina!

Your Courage Leads the Way..." 



"...very small books ...chock full of esoteric wisdom."

Gera Shumaker, Owner


Book Reviews

    "In Flashback, Part Four, Zeoli gives a rare exposé of the process of recovery from a shattered self to a whole, loving human being. She reveals how one can  triumph over abandonment, abuse, depression and despair. Her writing is compelling, courageous, witty, wise, insightful, compassionate, inspirational."

Dr. Barbara Lavi, Clinical Psychologist. Weston, CT


   "In this important volume (Flashback, Part Four), described as an autobiographical novel, Zeoli's conversations with God and her three therapists enable her to share her story of learning to become herself. If you have been trapped by childhood or even adult traumas, Flashback with its charming line drawings may help you find your own way."

   Matilda Butler

 Winner of the 2008 IPPY National Book Award,

Bronze Medal

   Winner of the Indie Excellence Award Finalist

Humor ~  Spirituality

"I've just started God, You’re Driving Me Bananas last night and every page had something that either made me laugh or cry. I love the idea of a personal relationship and dialogue with a funny, irreverent and loving God! It’s so different from my Catholic upbringing.

Hope Egan, Burlington, MA

Inner Child Work

     "Completely swept away by her story and style of presentation ... I chuckled and cried with the wisdom of her inner child. "

         E. Potter, Byfield, MA

(Flashback Series, Parts One through Four)

"Bless you for how you've expressed the magical and healing world of stuffed animals. I've never read words so completely beautiful and true. I know I was meant to have your book. Thank you. Your book has helped me in a profound and healing way. Much love to Monkey and the whole gang. With gratitude, Hope and Parker."

Hope Egan, Burlington, MA

(and Teddy Bear Parker)

(The Way Out, Part Two)

Alzheimer's, Journey of a Caregiver

"It's 2 a.m. here in the dark.  The only light is from my phone while reading the 120 pages. I'm forever grateful for every word in the letter you read to your mother.  The entire 120 pages I consider answered prayer for me.  Thank you for your inner work and writings."

Cyndy Doxtator

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