Non-Fiction Books by Anne Newton Walther

Divorce Hangover Divorce Hangover              $15.00
A Successful Strategy to End the
Emotional Aftermath of Divorce

The data on divorce is dismal. The staggering losses and changes, and the fear of even greater ones to come, cause generational repercussions. Anne Newton Walther's seminal book DIVORCE HANGOVER reissued due to public demand, defines Divorce Hangover as the crippling condition that keeps the divorced from living life fully in the present and moving forward into the future.

Originally published in 1991 by Pocket Books and reprinted by them in mass-market paperback a year later, the aptly titled book and syndrome provided millions of sufferers with paths to overcome the unfinished emotional experience of divorce. Some of those readers wanted to understand the divorce process, complete it well, and avoid the hangover. Others wanted to recognize the hangover, discover its creation from the incomplete aspects of their divorce, pick up those "loose ends" and let go.

Walther provides the guidance to break free from destructive patterns that can develop in the aftermath of an unresolved divorce. Years of experience as a relationship counselor have proven to the author that only personal involvement -- and effort -- in the solutions can eliminate the hangover.

The case studies the author provides are aids to YOU the reader, but it is the Workbook Exercises at the end of each chapter that make the information personal for you and are the real value of the book.

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Not Damaged Goods Not Damaged Goods               $12.00
A Successful Strategy for Children of
Divorce from Infancy to Adulthood

If your parents are getting divorced or are already divorced, no matter what your age, you’re probably upset and worried about it. This book is written to help you

  • recognize and work through the issues of your personal situation
  • understand and deal with issues that will arise in later stages of your life
  • anticipate and resolve the challenges you will face in the future

Each chapter of Not Damaged Goods focuses on the divorce issues of a specific age group. Stories and exercises help you—and your parents—understand the feelings and issues you face during that phase of the divorce and afterward. You will want to return to the book as you move into later developmental stages and confront different emotional reactions to the divorce. Using Not Damaged Goods with Anne Newton Walther’s companion book, Divorce Hangover: A Successful Strategy to End the Emotional Aftermath of Divorce, your entire family can move forward without the emotional baggage of divorce.



A Time For Treason                  $24.95
A Novel of the American Revolution

A TIME FOR TREASON is based on a true story. The fictional tale exploits the colorful times in colonial Virginia on the brink of the American Revolution. It leads up to an actual event that occurs when a political oligarchy on the British colony of Bermuda conspires to and commits treason with the American revolutionaries. Eugenie Devereux, a young French countess, is the lightening rod who propels the story from the beginning to its conclusion. The text is rich and fast moving. Eugenie matches her step with fictitious partners as well as notable figures of the time without missing a beat.

After five years, Comtesse Eugenie Devereux has the means to gain revenge against the British for her parents' death. Her mission in the colony of Virginia is to spy on the Americans and ferret out their true intentions. If they choose the road to revolution, she and her compatriots will champion the Americans' cause to the French Ministry and bring their arms and might to bear against the British.

It is not to be that simple. Eugenie's sympathies are engaged and her motives shift as she is drawn into the patriots' cause. Her mission is further complicated by her attraction to Bridger Goodrich, whose principles and loyalties are the exact opposite of hers, a British agent, one of the villains of the story, as well as a series of natural and man-made disasters. To escape harm and detection, Eugenie must flee to the British colony of Bermuda. There she seeks to pursue her mission, only to find that the household that takes her in is not the safe haven she supposed but the seat of political conspiracy on the island. The leader of the conspiracy, her host Col. Henry Tucker, is plotting with the Americans to commit treason against the British Crown. In spite of physical danger that stalks her and her entanglement in the Tucker plot, Eugenie must find a way to carry out her mission.

The tale is a treat for the history buff and the general public hungering for a big scope, fast paced story. The text has been adapted as a screenplay and is a natural as a film as well as a best selling novel. Eugenie and the rest of the cast will not disappear into the mist at the conclusion of this material's life span. A sequel is in the works, another good romp, again based on a real event, this time during the French Revolution.

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