Another good review for Travels With Charlize

Writer's Digest Judge’s Commentary*: So much personality shown in Charlize–we get real emotion and expression in the way the author has painted every scene with the dog. We also get deep emotion (and tears) in the early conversation with his wife, where she says that he can get a dog now that her demise is …

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SEATTLE AUTHOR WILL BE DISCUSSING AND SIGNING HIS NEW BOOK: TRAVELS WITH CHARLIZE AT THIRD PLACE BOOKS, LAKE FOREST PARK, WA 7PM TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2015

Seattle author David R. Gross practiced veterinary medicine for ten years.   He returned to school and earned his PhD in cardiovascular physiology then he taught and did research in that field for more than three decades. After retiring, he and his beloved wife Rosalie looked forward to traveling, writing, and focusing on social action causes …

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Travels with Charlize-59 Old Stomping Grounds

After eating overpriced Mexican food, fancy presentation, ordinary taste, in Sedona Charlize and I braved the traffic to Cottonwood. The old road is now a divided highway. The last time I was in this part of the world there were no divided highways and Cottonwood was a small village, twenty-odd miles from Sedona on a …

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Travels with Charlize-56 On the Road Again

On Sunday, Feb. 9 the family and I ended the official mourning period, according to our traditional upbringing, with the service for the unveiling of Rosalie’s headstone. During the process I learned something new. The Rabbi told us that Abraham started this tradition when he put up a monument to mark the grave of his …

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