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Rosemary Roberts (Northern California) is a freelance writer, communications consultant, online radio talk show host, and advocate of social justice, driven always by a humorous spirit. Her other books include 10-Minute Zen, 10-Minute Celtic Spirituality, and she is contributing author to The Miracle of Sons.

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