Books

Love Each Day

Love Each Day

Love Each Day: Live each day so you would want to live it again
True stories about a day in the life of a police officer, a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, a Nobel Prize scientist, a comedian, a bus driver, an Olympic athlete, a teacher, a professional baseball player — a total of 40 stories about individuals in different careers, from all walks of life. These stories will inspire the reader to spend time treasuring time.(Modern History Press, 2009)
ISBN-10 1-932690-79-9
ISBN-13 978-1-932690-79-8
A Call for Connection A Call for Connection: Solutions for Creating a Whole New Culture
(Paperback 1998) New World LibraryEditorial Reviews –
Amazon.com Review:”Good news isn’t an escape from reality; it’s the best way to improve reality,” writes author-editor Gail Bernice Holland. In A Call for Connection, Holland reports on a pervasive global movement dedicated to spiritual growth and holistic concern for all life. What makes this book stand out amidst so much of the new paradigm blather is Holland’s thorough reporting. She speaks with big-name leaders–such as Jane Goodall and Archbishop Desmond Tutu–as well as everyday leaders of institutes, schools, and environmental groups. Ultimately, we find proof of a worldwide network connected by the same principles: bridging spirituality and science, saving the earth through respecting the interconnectedness of life, and creating a work life that honors the home life. Holland pulls all the pieces together by providing a massive list of names and contacts for those who are no doubt inspired to join the movement.”-Gail Hudson
Forget-Me-Not: A Memoir of Anne Bashkiroff's Alzheimer's Crusade Forget-Me-Not: A Memoir of Anne Bashkiroff’s Alzheimer’s Crusade
(Paperback 2007) Purdue University PressEditorial Reviews:
“Highly recommended” — Library Journal

For Sasha with Love

For Sasha, with Love: An Alzheimer’s Crusade — The Anne Bashkiroff Story
(Hardcover and Paperback 1985)Editorial Reviews:
“Riveting, insightful, supportive, and absolutely invaluable” – San Francisco Chronicle.

“Returning Soul to Medicine” essay included in companion DVD with book Consciousness and Healing, Churchill Livingstone — A Division of Elsevier, 2004.

Weekend Guide to San Francisco, Gousha, 1972. Wrote four chapters

Freelance articles:

Saturday Review of The Sciences, Women Sports, Mademoiselle, Quest, Chronicle and Examiner newspapers, San Francisco Magazine, Camping Guide, Seek, Chevron USA Magazine, Lifeview Magazine, Nevada State Journal, Family, On View, City Sports, Half Moon Bay Review

Fiction:

A True Friend: Short story published in American Accent

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