Most Recent Book Title
Confessions of an Imperfect Caregiver
Book Description
When Bobbi Carducci’s ill father-in-law comes to live with her and her and her husband, Mike, she is unaware of the reason for his often odd behavior or how much her life is about to change. For the next seven years Bobbi does everything she can to save him from himself while he does everything he can to convince everyone that he doesn’t need her and that she’s crazy.

Bobbi was an in-home caregiver for her father-in-law, Rodger, for seven years. Issue they dealt with included Schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, Age Related Dementia, Dysphagia, C.O.P.D, and Congestive Heart Failure.
Location (city/state/country)
Round Hill/VA/US
Author bio
Bobbi was an in home caregiver for her serious ill father-in-law, Rodger, for seven years. Confessions of an Imperfect Caregiver is the first book in a planned Caregiver series depicting the true stories of people caring for loved ones at home.
Bobbi Carducci is a former senior staff writer for the Purcellville Gazette newspaper. Her short stories appear in the Chicken Soup for the Soul and several other anthologies.
For three years she wrote a monthly book review column for About Families Publications before resigning to concentrate on writing Confessions of an Imperfect Caregiver and her blog, The Imperfect Caregiver. Bobbi also writes regularly on caregiving for and The Caregiver Space.
Bobbi serves on the Board of Directors of Pennwriters, a national writers group with over 400 members, a position she has held for eleven years. She was the luncheon keynote speaker at the Pennwriters Annual Conference in 2013. She serves as a judge for the annual Benjamin Franklin Book Awards.
Professional Speaker Topics
Writing, Caregiving, Writing Workshop Instructor -Topics include -Writing A Children's Book, Dealing With Rejection, Writing Creative Nonfiction, Flash Fiction, Marketing for Writers,
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"Many people hear voices when no-one is there. Some are called mad and are shut up in rooms where they stare at the walls all day. Others are called writers and they do pretty much the same thing."
Meg Chittenden

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