You could say that all the books I’ve written are either because of my children or in honor of them:
My first effort, “You Can’t Love Your Children Too Much,” expresses my thoughts and passion around how I raised Jennifer and Alan as a single mom.
“Shifting to The Business of Life” came about as a result of many unbelievable conversations with my kids and their friends.
I hope that reading Alan’s very real “Letters from Boot Camp” will help other parents, as much as they helped me, to cope with a very scary, and life-changing, experience.
And be sure to order a copy of Next Steps if you ever decide to purchase a manufactured home: This book will save your sanity.
You Can’t Love Your Children Too Much
A Single Mom’s Thoughts on Raising Kids
Every Mom has had more than her share of unsolicited advice, right? It begins the minute you announce your pregnancy and it NEVER stops…
Shifting to the Business of Life
A Survival Guide for Young Adults
There has never been a school or training program that prepares our young Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen or high school graduates for life in the “real world” until…
Letters from Boot Camp
Sigh… one of the hardest times of our lives… “Dear Mom, I have arrived safely at MCRD San Diego, California and have been assigned to Platoon 1005, Alpha Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion…
Future Homes of Bremerton Next Steps
This is the one book that will help keep your blood pressure under control if you ever decide to purchase a manufactured home. There are so many moving parts to this process and not one of these vendors can hand you a check list…