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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.
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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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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