Caroline Bertaud

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Caroline Bertaud is a member of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association and of the Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques since her early years as a professional screenwriter in Paris.


The Midnight Library, by Matt Haig

Continue readingWhat happens when you’re at death’s door, in this in-between time and space? What if, instead of finding yourself in a dark tunnel and following the light at the end of it as your past flashes through your mind, you find yourself in the Midnight Library, which offers rows and rows of books of the… Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 06, 2020 08:51
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24 Hours of the Phoenix

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Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine
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The Affair by Danielle Steel
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The Fifth Agreement by Miguel Ruiz
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The first half is repetitive as it re-explains the first four agreements, but then by the end of the second half, you feel energized and empowered.
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The Four Agreements by Miguel Ruiz
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The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
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It’s been over 18 months since I started this—I tried but it didn’t quite work for me, though I totally understand why it worked for so many others. At this point I’d have to start all over again...
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The Shirley Letters by Louise Amelia Knapp Smith C...
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This is great research material, I’ll have to go back to it.
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Declutter Your Mind by S.J. Scott
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“Though my eyes are closed, I’m aware of every single breath I take; of my bare feet sinking into the grass, gripping it gently in a caress; of the soft swaying of my body; of the breeze curling around my fingers as if it were to take my hands and invite me to walk with it for a short while; of my soul opening like a thousand Jacaranda trees in full bloom.”
Caroline Bertaud, 24 Hours of the Phoenix

“All I could make out was that I was in a private hospital room and that no one was by my bedside. The door to my room was slightly ajar, and the two men talking right outside in the hallway probably thought I was still sleeping. I’m sure they didn’t intend for me to overhear them. Their conversation pierced my ears all the same.”
Caroline Bertaud, 24 Hours of the Phoenix

“Though my eyes are closed, I’m aware of every single breath I take; of my bare feet sinking into the grass, gripping it gently in a caress; of the soft swaying of my body; of the breeze curling around my fingers as if it were to take my hands and invite me to walk with it for a short while; of my soul opening like a thousand Jacaranda trees in full bloom.”
Caroline Bertaud, 24 Hours of the Phoenix

“All I could make out was that I was in a private hospital room and that no one was by my bedside. The door to my room was slightly ajar, and the two men talking right outside in the hallway probably thought I was still sleeping. I’m sure they didn’t intend for me to overhear them. Their conversation pierced my ears all the same.”
Caroline Bertaud, 24 Hours of the Phoenix




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