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First Look at MOTHER, CAN YOU HEAR ME by Joy Ross Davis

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Joy’s mother suffered from dementia, as well as acute hearing loss. As her full-time caregiver, she received a great deal of help in the form of Home Health Care workers who visited twice a week.

Seeking release from the indescribable, never-ending demands of being a caregiver, Joy began to write about her experiences, sharing them through various outlets. She found that writing and laughter were her only outlets of relief.

She had no idea so many people could identify with what she was going through, people in much the same circumstances. She had no idea how many people were comforted by her words.

This book is an account of that time and those words which provided the much-needed help to so many others.

Imprint: BHC Press/Amber Horn
Genre: Nonfiction/Memoir/Dementia
On Sale: 5/19/2018

Available Formats:
Softcover: 978-1-947727-58-8, $9.95, 108 pages
Ebook: 978-1-947727-64-9, $4.99

About the author: Joy Ross Davis is of Irish descent and a student of the lore and magic found in the hills of Tennessee. After a twenty-five year career as a college English professor, she traveled to Ireland and worked as a writer and photographer, publishing numerous travel articles and photos for an Irish travel agency. She has been a contributing feature writer for a local newspaper and has published articles in Southern literary magazines. She lives in Alabama with her son and beloved dogs. She loves to speak at conferences, book club meetings, and events to share her connection with angels and the stories behind her books.

For more information about MOTHER, CAN YOU HEAR ME and other BHC Press titles, visit the publisher’s website.

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