A Mask for Every Face

This book was intended to be about one life. It became more.

In recalling her childhood, the author did not hold up a mirror to discover the truth; she instead applied a paintbrush, and an analyst's eye. Her discussions range from Asperger's Syndrome to the history of her community. With this well-documented memoir, Ms. Moore engages in a conversation about important issues of our time. More
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About A. G. Moore

I've just changed my profile picture. The spirit of the new picture--envisioning opportunity where one may not be obvious--continues to inform my life. Writing is an expression of that perspective. Whatever apparent limitations may exist, I don't acknowledge them. I go around. As a child I held the empty frame of a doll carriage and saw potential. It didn't matter that there was no doll, or carriage body. I firmly grabbed that naked chassis and played. With like optimism I move forward today with a new enterprise. Recently I volunteered to write for a start-up publishing company, Rhythm Prism Publishing.

Rhythm Prism publishes only material that may enrich. Most of the books--all written by me--are educational. One book, Reflecting, does not fit this model but addresses the interests of a mature audience. Reflecting will inspire some, I hope, to begin work on a memoir-like project. The format of this book is attractive and manageable for writers of all skill levels.

Besides Reflecting, there are so far seven books in Rhythm Prism's educational catalog. Six of these are available on Smashwords. Four of the books are biographies. One book addresses writing development for students. One book is a history. All the books are available in print; these come in consumable workbook formats. Many more books are in the planning stage

Please join me in my new enterprise by checking out Rhythm Prism's offerings. As has been said before me... the journey continues. See you down the road.

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