Meet Crissi Langwell, author of “Come Here, Cupcake,” a novel

 By Crissi Langwell The story of Come Here, Cupcake focuses on an aspiring baker, Morgan Truly, and the magical ability she’s discovered that allows her to infuse her baking with feelings. If she feels sad while baking, anyone who eats it will feel sad. If she feels happy, her baking will make people feel happy.…

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Meet Irene Frances Olson author of “Requiem for the Status Quo”

My name is Irene Frances Olson, and I survived being an Alzheimer’s caregiver for family members…twice. My father, Don Patrick Desonier, to whom my novel Requiem for the Status Quo was dedicated, was the first such family member.

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Meet author and blogger, Wendy Mitchell

By Wendy Mitchell Imagine yourself being given a diagnosis of Young Onset Dementia. Your life falls apart, you feel worthless, and of no use to anyone any more. Services are nonexistent, so you feel abandoned.

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Meet Dr. Don Wendorf, author of “Caregiver Carols”

By Don Wendorf I wrote CAREGIVER CAROLS: A Musical, Emotional Memoir to cope with my own emotional struggles as a caregiver for my late wife Susan with her strokes and vascular dementia and to help other caregivers deal with their feelings. I wanted them to see that their emotions, while often complex, intense or unpleasant…

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