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COMING SUMMER 2019

Traci Medford-Rosow is an Amazon #1 Bestselling author. Her National Bestseller, Unblinded, with Kevin Coughlin, is also the recipient of a Reader’s Favorite Five Star Award and a Gold Winner at the New England Book Festival.    Read more

"Unblinded is a once-in-a-lifetime story, a journey through darkness and light, love and loss, awakening and discovery. Its pages take us, at once, on a remarkable true adventure and into the heart and mind of a most extraordinary individual. A beautifully written and inspiring tale, and a reminder to us all about what really matters." 

-ROBERT KURSON, New York Times bestselling author of  Crashing Through, Shadow Divers, and Pirate Hunters ​                            

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USA TODAY NATIONAL BEST SELLER... AVAILABLE HERE

An incredible memoir that is an inherently fascinating read, "Inflection Point" provides a rare insider's look at an aspect of the pharmaceutical industry that is seldom revealed to the public. Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Inflection Point" deserves as wide a readership as possible as the issues of public health and the role played by 'big pharmacy' is under increasing controversy and political scrutiny. Simply stated, "Inflection Point" needs to be a part of every community and academic library collection for the benefit of non-specialist general readers and academia alike. Midwest Book Review 

She doesn't know how it got there.​ But when Traci Medford-Rosow discovers a tattered copy of a Hemingway book in her own tropical island home, it once more awakens a voice that has been nagging at her for years.

"You have a story to tell, Traci."

​"Write, Traci, write."

And so she does. 

Finding Ernest describes the bold leap the author makes into a second career after decades as a prominent corporate lawyer.​ It goes back to the days before she wrote her first bestseller. Before she wrote her second book, National Bestseller, Unblinded. It chronicles the highs and lows of writing for a living, and offers​ invaluable advice to anyone seeking a second career as a writer. Most importantly, it describes how dramatic events in her own life, changed it. And how Finding Ernest helped her find herself.