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I Live In #Chile: A #Reflection on #Writing A #Memoir

When did I begin to write, “I Live In Chile?” It took me twelve years to write this book. The book began writing itself, in my heart, before I was even aware that I was, “writing a book.” This kind … Continue reading

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Socrates: “I Am A … Citizen of the World”

I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world. — Socrates — Ed Coburn (@EdwardJCoburn) September 14, 2013 Being a “Citizen of the world” is a big responsibility. The term implies that you have a … Continue reading

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Breast is Best: How Long is Too Long?

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker My Dear Friend: Welcome to Chile Yes, I admit both the title and the subtitle: “Breast is Best: How Long is Too Long”, are both a bit cheeky. Did I say, “cheeky”? I seem … Continue reading

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