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Looking for Reviewers | by Linda Brendle

I can relate, definitely. After taking care of MOM for over 5 years as she descended also, into Alzheimer’s – the journey is more than difficult…it is emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically demanding to the body of the Caregiver. I had my own family, full time job and full time caregiving of Mom.
I survived – found out and learned of elder attorney’s for elderly law, DPOA’s, ALF, Convalescent Center, Adult Social Services, episodes in Mom driving, and OM gosh so much more.
Thank you for the informative blog !

Suzette Brown
Author – “Alzheimer’s Through My Mother’s Eyes”

Linda Brendle's Life After Caregiving

winding road Cover 25 percentThe July 1 release date is quickly approaching for my memoir, A Long and Winding Road: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos. Anaiah Press is looking for people who would like to review the book or otherwise participate in the blog tour that will run from June 17 through July 15. If you would like to write a review, spotlight the book on your blog, or post an author interview or guest post, please click on the link below and sign up. Thank you for your participation and for sharing in the excitement of Anaiah’s first release and my first book.


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About Suzette Brown

My book FEATURED - a "must read" - in the Daily Press newspaper. Suzette Brown highlighted as "local author" -- May 27, 2014. Author of book/memoir - "Alzheimer's Through My Mother's Eyes" - publishing name: Suzette Brown. My real and raw journey of being a caregiver to my Mother for five years. It is available on e-readers, Amazon, Goodreads, Nook, Kindle, etc., as well as soft cover edition on I am very proud of my story - and would be honored for your read and feedback. I hope to change and help lives of caregivers..... Happily married for 30 years to my hubby and best friend - mother of grown 28 year old son, happy with my life - and content. Proud "human" of a Therapy Dog International---we visit Convalescent Centers, Retirement Homes, Assisted Livings, Adult Day Cares, and hospitals. She is an amazing dog - and brings joy and compassion to sick, bedridden, and retired patients. I am so proud of her...... Now, let me hear about YOU .....

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