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Guilt, envy, procrastination, and why a fully grown woman should not be forced to sleep with fifty other adults in a hostel that has communal showers are just some of the topics nationally published columnist Shari Caudron addresses in this debut essay collection. With gentle insight and self-deprecating humor, Caudron helps us understand that every experience-no matter how difficult or embarrassing-can show us something about ourselves.
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Shari Caudron is a veteran freelance writer and columnist whose work has appeared in Reader's Digest, the Christian Science Monitor, Sunset Magazine, and many other publications.
She currently teaches creative writing and is a writing coach in Denver, Colorado.
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