Yesterday was a turning point for me. I am finally feeling a little more normal. I am looking forward to the next scheduled book signing on March 8th in Earlville Iowa at the Ruth Suckow Memorial Library at 10am. I plan to enjoy talking about my writing without a fever and without feeling like my lungs aren't working. Not the way I envisioned starting. Onward! Thanks for all the well wishes over the past few weeks.
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Have gotten a lot of good comments as people are reading Rescuing Love. To my delight and surprise, it seems that a number of men are reading and liking it as well. I am humbled and proud at the same time to know that this story is emotionally touching to so many who are reading it.
On Saturday, February 22 the James Kennedy Public Library in Dyersville IA hosted a book signing for me. We had two sessions open to the public. 68 people attended and showed their support. It was a wonderful start to a long list of book signings scheduled for this spring. Thanks to all who attended...you helped make it a treasured day!
Sorry for the silence everyone. I have been battling a bad case of pneumonia. Of course this is great timing right before my first book signing. I am feeling better now except for lots of fatigue. My voice is improving greatly each day and so I am hopeful about the book signings on 2/22 here in Dyersville 1pm or 3pm at the James Kennedy Public Library. Hope to see a good crowd:)
I grew up and have lived in Iowa until recently when I moved to a small town in Illinois to begin a new chapter in my life which includes a loving supportive husband and numerous grandchildren to spoil. I have three beautiful daughters and a Miniature Schnauzer. I'm interested in anything that supports healthy families and healthy lifestyles.
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