Jessica Bryan Returns with “The Mighty Ant – An Anthology of Short Stories for Seniors”

By Jessica Bryan I am an author of over 28 books who has always shared my stories with my mother. Sadly, Mom suffers from Alzheimer’s, and as the disease has progressed she no longer comprehends more intricate plots, nor can she focus on longer, more detailed stories.  As a consequence, I began reading short stories…

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AlzAuthors Launches Its “Inspiration Collection” on Caribbean Cruise

AlzAuthors is thrilled to join a new cruise and conference designed for those living with early-stage Alzheimer’s, their caregivers, and their loved ones. The AlzAuthors Inspiration Collection: Extraordinary Books about Alzheimer’s and Dementia will sail to the Caribbean April 6-13 during the inaugural Connecting Circles of Care and Building Bridges of Hope℠ Cruise & Conference,…

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Meet Florrie Munat, author of Be Brave: A Wife’s Journey Through Caregiving

Love Remains by Florrie Munat “Are you going to write about this?” Chuck asked. I stopped sorting the pile of laundry that a nursing home aide had just left on his bed and turned to look at my husband. Had we not been married for thirty-six years, I might not have known what he was…

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Meet Richard Creighton, blogger of “Living With Alzheimer’s”

By Richard Creighton Why would a 78-year-old grandfather who doesn’t like to write become a blogger? The answer lies in my personal experience before my wife Kate was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011. We played a major role in caring for our parents. There was a lot to learn. I felt we knew far too…

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Meet Tracey S. Lawrence, Author of “Dementia Sucks: A Caregiver’s Journey with Lessons Learned”

By Tracey S. Lawrence Once upon a time, I was a self-employed graphic arts professional. I designed stuff. I helped clients with their marketing and printing problems. My parents were living it up in southern Florida, and I believed in the Myth of Retirement: Stop working Spend money like you’re drunk Spoil your kids and…

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Meet Jessica Bryan, author of “The Memory Keeper”

by Jessica Bryan I am a writer.  That’s difficult to say when I’m so busy being a caregiver for my mother who is 99 years old and has had Alzheimer’s for 15 years. Mom lives with us.  She is in advanced stages now, but was exhibiting signs of Alzheimer’s even while my husband and I cared for…

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New Release! Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving Stories, Volume 1, an AlzAuthors Anthology

The AlzAuthors management team is pleased to announce the publication of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving Stories: 58 Authors Share their Inspiring Personal Experiences, Vol. 1. This poignant collection of stories grew out of the first year’s blog posts on AlzAuthors.com, from June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017. Within its pages, you will be immersed in a world…

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Visit Our Annual Caregiver Appreciation Month Book Sale and Giveaway Nov. 7-13

AlzAuthors is built by caregivers for caregivers, with a mission to provide carefully vetted books and blogs to help you find the answers and guidance you need. The majority of our authors have “walked the walk” with a parent, spouse, or other loved one, and have chosen to write their stories as balm for the…

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Meet Tracie Bevers, Author of “Dancing Around the Chaos”

By Tracie Bevers In the early days of the disease, when I heard stories of others in later stages, I actually thought… “Well, I know that will never happen.”  Little did I know what the future held; I was very naive.   Many times along the way, I would remember something a friend had shared…

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Meet Frank Morelli, author of “No Sad Songs,” a Young Adult Novel

By Frank Morelli The concept for No Sad Songs had been building since my high school years. Back then, I was living a pretty charmed life. I went to school, played sports, and lived on a nice, suburban street. My life was about as “normal” as any teenage life could be. Then we started noticing…

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