A. G. Moore
Writing is a solitary occupation, and yet it is among the most social of endeavors. While the writer works alone, the words produced are sent out to the world in the hope of finding an audience. There is a kind of madness that all writers share, especially those who have not yet found their audience. The work proceeds, buoyed often by nothing more than determination and ideas.
A. G. Moore writes books, stories, blogs, tweets, essays. She finds the exercise of framing a thought carefully to be a medium for intellectual growth and personal understanding. Crafting a piece fastidiously often leads her from a place of unfounded assumption to one of informed clarity. Research is always part of the process, as is deliberation and a struggle to find the truth.
Her interests are wide-ranging. She is a student of history, a passionate supporter of animal rights, and an unflagging advocate for child welfare. She is a willing student of almost any subject, but draws the line at the spurious and injurious.
While writing is a rewarding exercise in itself for Ms. Moore, she retains the hope that the torrent of words that spill from her keyboard will find a small patch of fertile ground and somewhere take root to have a positive impact on the world.
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Ernesto Learns to Love His Nose
Ernesto doesn't like his nose. He asks his grandfather, "Abuelo, why was I born with this nose?" His grandfather tells the story of Ernesto's great-grandfather and of the day he saved the family because he had just such a nose.
In the end, Ernesto decides he is happy he was born with his particular nose, and he looks forward to a future filled with adventure.
Lupus Digest Basic Facts
This pamphlet gives a brief overview of lupus for those who are newly diagnosed and for those who are currently being evaluated.
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.
Prelude to a Vampire: A Tragic Idyll
Tahano and Palao are betrothed when vampires invade their island. Tahano becomes a vampire and Palao is stolen away in the night by her mother. Tahano searches for his love, to no avail. Over time,the boy Tahano evolves into Benza, a fierce and ruthless vampire.
Much of "Prelude to a Vampire" is excerpted from "Benza Scourge of the Ages" and is offered here as an introduction to the larger book.
A Lupus Handbook: These Are the Faces of Lupus
Flannery O'Connor once wrote that sickness has no company. In defiance of this stark reality, A. G. Moore wrote "These Are the Faces of Lupus". Ms. Moore has lived with lupus for almost twenty years; in those years she learned to be productive and hopeful. Her goal in releasing this well-researched book is to share her insights and to help others meet the challenge of their own illness.
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