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Abracadabra Moonshine: and Other Stories
by Stephen Halpert - Amazon 
ISBN: 978-0615970493 Paperback, 224-Pages February 12th 2014, Kindle available ASIN: B00LT9HKX6 April 15th 2014



ISBN: 978-0615970493
Size: 5.2" x 8" • 224 pages. Paperback
Price: $12.95

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'ABACADABRA MOONSHINE & OTHER STORIES' is an exuberant tour de force of wit, humor and insight into the human condition. Its collection of magical tales will entrance, entertain and prompt readers to ponder the true nature of reality.


“Buddha taught, ‘Be a lamp unto yourself,’ and Tasha Halpert’s newest book, Up to My Neck in Lemons guides in how to do so. Halpert shines insightful light on her own experiencing as she shares personal stories and evocative poems, illuminating a path for emotional healing and wellbeing.  With her gentle spirit shining through, Halpert shows how the suffering that life brings can be embraced awarely, with acceptance, gratitude, and understanding to transform the sour lemons of life into sweet nectar. And the bonus is that she includes wonderful lemon recipes, guaranteed to tantalize your palate along with practical uses for lemons to enhance everyday living. As you read and enjoy this wisdom-filled volume, new potentials for happiness and satisfaction open to you.“

–C. Alexander Simpkins, PhD and Annellen M. Simpkins, PhD, authors of The Tao of Bipolar and The Yoga and Mindfulness Therapy Workbook

“Recipes for living and loving that nourish both body and soul—delicious!”

–Gina Ogden, PhD, LMFT, award-winning Marriage and Family Therapist and author of The Return of Desire and others


“With Up to My Neck in Lemons, Tasha Halpert taps into the pulse of life at its core. Her poetry sings in small gems that leave you breathless; her essays vibrate as a context of raw truth; and if you try her scrumptious lemon recipes, her words will waggle you into a smile.”

–Thea Iberall
, author of The Sanctuary of Artemis: A Collection of Contextual Poems

“In this book, Tasha Halpert speaks from deep within her heart, offering Lemon Balm for life's ups and downs, inspiring us with teaching stories for saying ‘yes’ to what life serves up.”

–Michele McCarthy, MS, career counselor and author of Affordable Happiness, 88 Low Cost Ways to be Happy


Stephen Halpert likes to explore and unearth historical relics and literary treasures. He discovered the archive of a literary magazine from the 1930s which he synthesized into A Return to Pagany, Beacon Press. He later uncovered glass negatives taken by an unknown Boston newspaper photographer, G. Frank Radway. From them was created a popular pictorial social history, Brahmins and Bullyboys, Houghton Mifflin. He also co-edited Witness of the Berrigans, Doubleday. With his wife, Tasha, during the 1980s, he created Healing Arts Press. Together they published a number of esoteric and spiritual books, several cookbooks and two manuals of self healing. Since 1989 his weekly column, American Scene has appeared in The Grafton News and, more recently, on funnywrite.com.

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