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    1. Thank you, Milo. I appreciate your comments and look forward to your evaluation of the books. The wide-release of the latest revision of “In Sheep’s Clothing” is set for March 31, 2010. The release of “Disturbances of Character (tentative title) is scheduled for 8-10 weeks after that.

  1. Thank you for the work you’ve put into the 10 Commandments. I read them often and try to apply them to my life. After 5 years with a distured character I’m finding these commandments are helping rebuild me. I fear I was starting to take on some of his characteristic, I guess as a way to survive. I changed who I was to try and ‘save’ the relationship. I have thought the only way to be with him was to be like him and that is why I was so unhappy, I forgot who I was. The commandments have helped remind me that I am a good person who has a good heart and I need to keep faith that I will find someone to share my life with, someon who appreciates me. Thank you again and I look forward to the release of your new book.

    1. Thank you so much for your feedback, Cathy, and for putting your insights into such beautiful, clear words.

      “Character Disturbance” is slated for wide-release by Parkhurst Brothers in June.

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