Life As We Knew It   4 comments

A wFront Cover Final 1.27.15ork of fiction that explores many of the political, spiritual and cultural issues that I pontificate on in my blog.

It’s available on Amazon Life As We Knew It.

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Posted November 24, 2013 by aurorawatcherak

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