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Uncensored FictionCarol Adler, MFA is an entrepreneur, professional writer, editor and teacher of English and creative writing. She is President of Dandelion Books, LLC of Tempe, Arizona; a full service publishing company that markets its "uncensored nonfiction and unfettered fiction" using the latest production and delivery technologies, including on-demand dot.com networking.

Adler's business experience includes co-ownership of a Palm Beach, FL public relations company and executive management positions in two U.S. rejuvenation and mind/body wellness corporations for which she founded publishing divisions.

Her publications include four books of poetry, well over two hundred poems and several fiction and non-fiction works. She publishes her fiction under a pseudonym. As a ghost writer, she has developed and written manuscripts for a number of professionals in the health care and human potential industries. These include: a holistic medical book, Why Am I Still Addicted? A Holistic Approach to Recovery (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991), for Richard Plagenhoef, M.D., The Six Steps to the Fountain of Youth: How to Slay the Dragons of Aging Without Drawing the Sword (Belleair Bluffs, FL: TriNeuroGenics, Inc., 1997) for 59-year-old world karate champion, Dennis Kelly; The Human Body Owner's Manual for Optimal Performance, for Guy DeIuliis, vice president of Optimal Human Performance, Inc., and Answers to the Top 10 Health Challenges, for Sheryl Simpson, ND, MH, LMT (TriNeuroGenics, Inc.,1998).

Adler has served as editor of several poetry and literary magazines, and her career includes extensive teaching of college English poetry, fiction, non-fiction and business writing, and conducting of writing workshops in Florida and New York State prisons, libraries, elementary, junior and high schools, and senior citizen centers. She has a B. A. in philosophy and English from the U. of Michigan, and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Vermont College.
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Controversial booksDan-de-lion—"Daniel the Lion": In the Bible, Daniel was a prophet of Israel. He saw visions and dreamed dreams. It is said that a member of the Tribe of Dan will be the harbinger of a Golden Age. In the Dandelion Books logo, the stem of the dandelion is a "lamed," the tallest letter in the Hebrew alphabet. "Lamed" stands for Learning, Light, Love, Laughter and En-Lightenment: the characteristics of a Golden Age. The ruby-colored 12-pointed star on the Dan-de-lion's breast, is his heart. Dandelion is lion-hearted, embracing all people equally, with love and compassion. The 12- pointed star, a mandala, has its own mystic symbolism. The ruby star as depicted in the logo is an exact replica of the planet Saturn as photographed by astronomers. (This was discovered after the logo was designed.) The ruby gemstone itself symbolizes freedom, charity, dignity and divine power. "The price of wisdom is above rubies," says Job in the Bible. The lion in the center of the dandelion flower has eyes that are meditative; they are both awake and asleep and they follow the viewer.

Dandelions grow everywhere in abundance. Known for their sturdiness, they are not easily trampled on or uprooted. Dandelions are democratic and egalitarian. They choose their soil and location without prejudice. Dandelion stems, roots, flowers and seeds are known for their medicinal properties. When dandelions transform from flowers to puffballs, only the slightest breeze is necessary to send these seed-wings flying to new locations. Wherever they land, they find what they need to thrive. In the spring, a field of dandelions is a sight to behold.
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