Gay Courter has spent her career as a writer in film, television, fiction and nonfiction. Millions of copies of her books have sold and five titles have appeared on the New York Times best-seller list. A frequent and savvy traveler, as well as an avid collector of credit card points to aid her wanderlust, Gay also writes a travel blog for the Creators Syndicate. Her website is gaycourter.
This is the true story of Gay Courter's work as a Guardian of the legal powers, responsibilities, and duties her position entailed, of her fierce efforts to ensure that her clients were treated with care and respect, and of the rewards of participating in thie nationwide volunteer program. This book is for anyone who has ever wondered, "What can I do to help? With husband, Philip, she has produced over one hundred award-winning films. They have two sons and a daughter adopted from foster care.
Post a Comment. Flowers in the Blood Flowers in the Blood, is a book that was written over 20 years ago. I picked up this book because of the book discussion next week.
December 5, 7 min read. Three versions of Hong Kong churned in my subconscious as we sailed there on the Diamond Princess in January We were anticipating celebrating the Lunar New Year in that iconic city famous for its elaborate fireworks over the harbor and exuberant parades. There were scenes from my childhood of sampans in the harbor and the views from Victoria Peak; the center of the opium trade at the end of the 18th century, which I wrote about in my novel "Flowers in the Blood"; and the modern metropolis featured in the book "Crazy Rich Asians.