'til now by Maggie Harmon

’til now by Maggie Harmon

‘til now is a story about growing up in a post-hippie household surrounded by generations of addiction, alcoholism, mental illness and deep denial. Told through a stark narrative and personal essays this book captures the complexity and confusion of growing up defined by the deluded view through dependence.

Written with revealing honesty and humor, ‘til now invites the reader to identify with a familiar experience for anyone who has lived in a world apart from reality, and offers a perspective on how to move beyond the limitations of co-dependence to realize the full potential of your own life, hopes, and dreams.

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You can purchase an e-version of ’til now at these major outlets:

Upcoming Events:
11/10/13 –
Maggie will be reading excerpts at the official book launch party on November 10th at 4pm at A Great Good Place for Books in Montclair Village, Oakland.

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