Friday, December 7, 2018

Join Me?!

From writing table to readers...
Please join me for the

Sponsored by Words Writers & West Seattle 
and the Seattle Public Library 

Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Southwest Branch - Seattle Library
9010 35th Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98126 

From the back cover: 

A Story of Motherhood, Memory Loss and Becoming a Memoirist

Struggling to mother a high-spirited daughter, Arleen Williams learns to be a mother while mothering her own mother who is sinking into dementia.

At the same time, Williams learns to be a writer while coping with the family fallout over the pending publication of her first memoir, The Thirty-Ninth Victim. 

Mom's Last Move takes the reader to that special place between mothers and daughters, between family expectations and creative expression, between defeat and survival. 

Raw, Real, Relatable, Sue Olson  

Mom’s Last Move: A Memoir is a relatable journey of life, loss, and love through a large, 1950 era family, from the past to the present.

Arleen Williams has a rare gift of being vulnerable, and writing her own raw truths, observations, memories, and emotions that can’t help but resonate with anyone who has lost a parent this way.

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