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Author Talks: Kislev Reflection & Reading

I will be speaking in Hashmonaim  November 20 with my friend and colleague Nicole Nathan.

INVITATION: Kislev Reflection & Reading
It is now Kislev, the month of dreams.  Dreams reflect the hidden light of the soul and open up space to examine and reflect, and the long winter nights provide us with an ideal time to withdraw and read.
Join us for an evening of reflection and of light in the darkness preceding Chanukah as two women writers read from their new novels.
Originally Canadian, Gila Green and Nicole Nathan have spent much time reflecting and have written novels that examine our spiritual state.
Other upcoming dates for Author Talks (email me for final confirmation of dates)
Hashmonaim Wednesday November 20
Beer Sheva Monday November 25
Maaleh Adumim December 7
Bar Ilan University May 11-13
You are invited! Bring a friend.
Happy Anniversary to me!
Would you like to invite me to speak?
 

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