, in which she tells her story of caring for her Alzheimer’s-ridden mother.She hopes this will also help other caregivers of Alzheimer’s victims cope with their situation.Catch her as she signs copies of her book in Chicago, Illinois, on Saturday, July 11, 2015.
Despite that, she is thankful that she met a man who was willing to help her cope with the trauma of her past.
But she knows that there are others who go through the same thing, so she decided to share her experiences the best way she knows how: through writing.
The result was her first book, As a military spouse, Freddie Wilson spent a lot of time traveling to various places.
During that time, she started a career in the academe, working as a substitute teacher for children in Germany in 1992.
His poems are inspired by his dreams, which he had often shared with his brother.
Don will be signing copies of his poetry collection on November 13, p.m., at the Cinammon Tree in Vicksburg, Mississippi.Self-published author Vicki Shroeder finds joy in spending time with family—her four grandchildren and their parents.This family-oriented personality is reflective in her book choices as well.She found that she loved the job so much that when she returned to the United States, she continued on this career path in various school districts.She even self-published a book, , to share her experiences as a teacher—its ups and downs, its joys and tribulations, its challenges and insights.Last November 8, she shared copies of her memoir to interested readers through a book-signing event held during a Sisters of Valor Women Conference in Sumter, South Carolina. His extensive knowledge and life experiences, coupled with his wife’s equally remarkable educational background, contributed immensely to the couple’s joint novel, , which covers 125 years of Mormonism, polygamy, and changes in the church.