The Difference Now
The Difference Now speaks of the struggle for self-acceptance and the ability to let go of the past. Ultimately,it is about learning to make one's Town definitions instead of fitting into someone else's idea of what's acceptable. The Difference Now is about gaining the perspective that will allow you to look back over your life with contentment instead of regret. It's about overcoming all the thoughts and emotions you never thought you would, embracing independence, and realizing finally you are more than just the product of a turbulent childhood or a certain amount of success and failure. Despite its personal nature, The Difference Now is the embodiment of universal struggles, emotions, and fears. The poetry is honest and spiritual, and the words stay with you as you continue on your own life's journey.
A New Dish
The poetry in A New Dish explores spirituality, relationships, and empowerment with the underlying currents of strength and grace that have become cornerstones of Cherie Burbach’s work.
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For Those Who Knew Zach
If the people in your life were to describe you, what would they say?
Better yet, what would the people you encounter here and there in your life... your cousins, doctor, the brother you never got along with, or your neighbors... say about you?
For Those Who Knew Zach is a series of short stories told from the people in Zach Andrew’s life, a troubled man dealing with alcoholism and isolation. We’ll hear from Zach’s brother Dwight, a slick lawyer who prides himself on the art of philandering; and Mimi, who might be sleeping with Dwight but has her sites set on marrying Graham. Zach’s guardian angel will begin and end the story while his children, Kendall and Michael, provide pieces of his home life. Even characters that have little direct contact with Zach, such as Dwight’s sister-in-law Corine, will add pieces to his story while in turn tell their own.
As each person tells their own unique story the reader will understand how they each fit into the life of Zach Andrews. Will Zach come to find meaning in his life, or will he damage each relationship beyond repair? Ultimately, can the people in Zach’s life recognize the turn his life will take?