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6/1/2017

Nancy Santana, a Mind-Body Wellness Practitioner, who specializes in Empowerment Lifestyle Coaching. Features a guest blog about the five stages of grief highlighting "The Cliffs" 

123 Idaho | The best stories from the west and elsewhere

December 12, 2014

I first met author Nina C.Palmer at a group signing run by the Idaho Authors Community. Immediately striking was her passion for poetry and a particular cohesiveness between her presence, our chat and her work.

December 12, 2014

On the third day of poetry my true love gave to me, Through the Trees, by Nina C. Palmer. Add this book to your wish list or consider buying it as a gift for that special someone who loves poetry, from Amazon.com or hydeparkbooks.net. Learn more about ...

Idaho: Rodeo Ropers, Inventors, Astronauts, Authors and So Much More . . .

December 6, 2014

One of my favorite things about writing this post was learning about Idaho authors. I had never heard of Edgar Rice Burroughs or Vardis Fisher. So let’s talk more about authors and books! This is a book blog after all. I am pleased to introduce a variety of books written by Idaho authors.

November 14, 2014

When you think about trees, you think about strength, development, and fruitfulness. Trees go through seasons of sprouting, flourishing and dormancy to become beautiful forests. Like a tree, author Nina C. Palmer used her experiences of personal climatic changes through anger, hurt, pain, grief, childhood experiences and toxic relationships, to blossom from the perils that challenged her sanity and spirit...

Live Twitter Interview with Sezoni Whitfield

November 13, 2014

Founder of Author's Social Media, Sezoni Whitfield, will be interviewing Nina C. Palmer about 'Through The Trees' live on Twitter.  Just use the hashtag #WritersKaboodle at 11:30am MST/1:30pm EST

Book Addict spotlight on Idaho authors

October 19, 2014

‘Through the Trees’ by Nina C. Palmer (Idaho); self-published ($12.95) Take a walk "Through the Trees," a poetically written journey of nature and metaphor. Experience a wilderness that comes alive with a hauntingly enchanting spirit. We all have or will experience the heartache at the end of a relationship. It could be with a friend, a love, or even someone from our own family. We grieve all the same. This humble book of poetry is a journey of healing. Each chapter represents a stage of grief. The writer touches the hurting soul in a most compassionate way with artful words that are deeply vulnerable and true to the experience of loss. Challenge yourself to deep self-reflection as you take a journey through denial, anger, depression, bargaining and finally acceptance. May you find your way out of the woods and finally be able to see the forest for the trees.

3 Local Authors--One Great Night

October 18, 2014

Hyde Park Book is excited to welcome 3 local authors (2 poets and a fiction writer) all in one night!Mara Hargroder, author of "Letters I Wish I Found" poetry and short fiction. This is her first novel written as a series of letters. Samantha Jean Whittaker, a poet who draws inspiration from all aspects of her life and believes that her writing is a natural and essential part of who she is. Samantha's latest poetry collection is entitled, "Bomb Shelters & Butterflies". Nina Palmer, a newly published poet takes the reader through the stages of grief by using the metaphor of finding your way through the woods. Her collection is entitled, "Through the Trees: a poetic end to a toxic relationship".

October 6, 2014

As a therapist, and especially in doing couples therapy, I often work with clients whose life includes a friend, a work associate, a sibling, a parent or a partner who hurts them.  Friend, colleague  and love relationships are supposed to lead to life enhancement: joy, emotional and physical health, blessings, fun.  When they instead engender depression, frustration, disappointment and personal emotional injury, the relationship is toxic....

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