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I’ve been enjoying a week with my grandson, Oliver at my house. He’s three and a half and full of energy. I keep him busy all day at parks and playgroups and in the evening, I’m tired. It’s a good tired feeling. When we lost our daughter (and sister) Justine four and a half years… Read More Oliver and Me
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JUSTINE is my new small companion book to Not My Story To Tell. It’s FREE this week and many readers are taking advantage and downloading it. It’s gone to number one in its category. Get your FREE E-book before it’s too late, HERE’S the Link http://smarturl.it/JustineCLB
My new Kindle e-book, JUSTINE is a companion to my memoir, Not My Story To Tell and is described this way: “Brooks’ memoir, Not My Story to Tell, My Journey Through Grief: Loving and Losing a daughter with bipolar disorder was overwhelmingly well received but readers said the book was too short and they wanted… Read More JUSTINE Book is FREE Next Week
I’m excited to announce that my second book has been published. It is a small companion to Not My Story To Tell. A few readers wanted to know more about my daughter, Justine after reading my memoir of her life. JUSTINE contains chapters that didn’t fit the thesis of my other book and things that… Read More My New Companion Book will be FREE!
I’ve booked a venue for my book launch and I’m combining it with a retirement party. Its going to be October 26th. It’s the end of one career and the beginning of a new one. I will have paperback copies of the book Not My Story To Tell that evening for sale. That does not… Read More Some Clarification
Most days I think about posting something here but I feel I have nothing to say. I think I’ve said everything I need to express. I don’t want to dwell on my daughter’s death. I’ve written an entire book on her life and that’s what I need to focus on now. The book is called… Read More What’s Next?