A Cup of Comfort For Families Touched By Alzheimer's
Having a spouse, sibling, or parent with Alzheimer's affects a family in every way possible-and can leave people feeling like they have nowhere to turn. The moving stories in this new collection help readers recognize they are not alone-and provide...
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Having a spouse, sibling, or parent with Alzheimer's affects a family in every way possible-and can leave people feeling like they have nowhere to turn. The moving stories in this new collection help readers recognize they are not alone-and provide comfort for those who need it now more than ever. Readers will be inspired by the husbands, wives, sons, and daughters who put their own needs aside and sacrifice everything for love. This story collection shows how compassion and loyalty prevails when a loved one has Alzheimer's.
Colleen Sell has long believed in the power of story to entertain, inform, enlighten, and inspire. Storytelling is both her passion and her profession.
During her career as a professional writer and editor, Colleen has worked in freelance, staff, and management capacities in both book and magazine publishing as well as in the commercial sector, providing marketing communications development and management to businesses.
As a book author, editor, and ghostwriter, Colleen has produced more than 60 published books, primarily nonfiction but also including novels. She is the co-author of 10-Minute Zen (2002, Fair Winds) and the editor of 16 volumes of the bestselling A Cup of Comfort book series (2001-2007, Adams Media, an F+W Publications Co). Her freelance writing and editing clients have included book publishers, such as Adams Media, Bonus Books, Bowtie Press, The Crossing Press, Prima Publishing, NTC Publishing, McGraw-Hill, Business Research and Communications, Presidio Press, and Volt Press, as well as businesses and individuals.