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Michelle Kennedy Hogan    

Non-fiction writer, Novelist, Adventurer, Mother of 8. Focusing on Motherhood, Unschooling, Spirituality, Homelessness and Poverty, Adventuring with Children

Michelle Kennedy Hogan is laugh out loud funny, even when talking about living in her car with her three children. She writes and talks about those things you think about but don't always want to say out loud. She wrote her first book about her experience with homelessness and how hope and perseverance helped kept her going through one of the darkest times in her life. In her first novel, Gandhi was a Libra, Michelle writes about the struggle with bipolar disorder and how it affects the whole family. Michelle is deeply spiritual, loves to laugh, and loves to bring the lighter side to tough issues, helping anyone to see through to the other side. She often says that, "sometimes the only way out is through." That's true whether you're giving birth or going through a difficult time.

Michelle is the author of 15 books, including the bestselling, Without Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America. Michelle's essays and articles have appeared in The New York Times, Salon.com, BrainChild, Family Circle, and on National Public Radio. Her newest book, On the Bus: One Tiny Bus, One Large Family, is the story of her family's adventure traveling from Alaska, through the Yukon Territory and British Columbia, and down the West Coast of the U.S. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, won several readers' awards, and Without a Net was named one of the top 10 books of the year (2005).

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