Welcome to the June 2021 edition of Meet the Members, an opportunity for you to learn about your fellow members and their books. We encourage you to support each other!
Katherine Cullen, Author of Honest Endings
Yes, it takes courage to face your greatest fears…the reward is freedom and confidence.
I am a 35-year veteran of the field of social work. Journaling led me to write Honest Endings, a memoir about my work at a hospice agency.
Read more about Katherine and the book here.
Ann Van Hine, Author of Pieces Falling: Navigating 9/11 with Faith, Family and the FDNY
Ann Van Hine lost her husband, FDNY firefighter, on September 11th, 2001. Ann is a retired small business owner who volunteers with the 9/11 Tribute Museum. She shares her story of personal loss amid a national tragedy in her book, Pieces Falling: Navigating 9/11 with Faith, Family & the FDNY.
Read more about Ann and the book here.
Emily Thiroux Threatt, Author of Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief
Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief is a guide for those dealing with grief and loss. Filled with supportive explanations of things that happen while grieving, each chapter also includes a Practice that the reader can do to provide them comfort and support.
Read more about Emily and the book here.
Robert G. Fawcett, M.D, Author of Calming the Bipolar Storm: a Guide for Patients and their Families
Dr. Robert G. Fawcett has practiced psychiatry for over forty years, in hospital and outpatient settings, treating hundreds of bipolar patients in all phases of their illness. He has published papers in several leading psychiatry journals.
Read more about Robert and the book here.
Richard D. Templeton, Author of Across the Creek: Black Powder Explosions on the Brandywine
Across the Creek tells the tragic stories of the 232 men, 2 women and 1 child who perished in gunpowder explosions at the very first du Pont factory in the United States.
Read more about Richard and the book here.
William Stephenson, Author of A New Way To Hope: Stories That Describe The Journey To Hope
Dr. Stephenson had a private practice for more than 27 years in Seattle and San Diego. He began his work with the terminally ill by establishing a “death ward” in a hospital in Tijuana, Mexico and participated in establishing two hospices in Southern California, including the San Diego Hospice.
Read more about William and the book here.
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