Grammy's Chair

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A fantasy fable about dealing with grief while in Grammy's rocking chair More

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About Chrystine Julian

Chrystine Julian currently lives in Redlands, CA but was raised on the east side of the Mississippi near St. Louis. The powerful, often muddy flow of the river is a metaphor of her life. She has been a corporate executive, business writer, standup comic, minister, mystic, medium, recording artist, workshop leader, drum circle facilitator and writer. She often mixes verse with percussion performed on instruments from her extensive collection of world music drums and noise toys. Her poetry varies from social commentary, to mystic, sensual and then on to the outright silly. She has published two poetry collections: Sensual Spirit – poetry and thoughts from the place where body and soul meet (Pawpress 2007) and Meandering Mindfulness – poetry from the place where wonder and Wander merge (Pawpress 2009). She also leads workshops based on her poem, The Dragon.

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Debra J. Rigas reviewed on March 16, 2011

What a charming little story this is! A young girl experiences the death of a dear relative. Healing comes through a mysterious elder. As someone who has spent considerable time with terminal illness and grieving families, I found this short work offers a simple and beautiful approach for children dealing with the pain of loss.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
Crystalla Nln reviewed on March 5, 2011

This is a wonderful story about dealing with the loss of a loved one, and also would be excellent for latch-key children. Wonderful read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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