On caregivers, faith, family, and writing…

Mesquite High SkeetersThomas Wolf said “You can’t go home again”–but thanks to modern electronics, a newly published author can still be interviewed by her hometown newspaper. I graduated from Mesquite High School in Mesquite, Texas in 1965 and moved away in 1967. Although I’ve been back for many visits, I haven’t been a Mesquite resident since then.

Last week, Kenny Green, Community Editor for the Mesquite News, contacted the marketing department at Anaiah Press to set up a telephone interview with me. Kenny and I talked for about twenty minutes, and here’s some of what he wrote:

Mesquite graduate publishes first book

Local author chronicles unique journey across U.S.

KENNY GREEN

kgreen@starlocalmedia.com
Caring for others as they get older tends to be a challenge for family members. For Mesquite High School graduate Linda Brendle, the challenge became the launching point for her first book, “A Long and Winding Road: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos.”
“The book itself is basically the story of a seven-week, 16-state trip [me and my husband] took in 2009,” Brendle said. “My mom and dad were suffering from dementia, so they came along with us”
Thank you, Kenny, for the great article. To read the complete text, CLICK HERE.
Blessings,
Linda

winding road Cover 25 percentA LONG AND WINDING ROAD: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos

Available now at:

B&N // Kobo // iTunes // Amazon // Smashwords // Google Play

Anaiah Press

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Comments on: "My First Newspaper Interview | by Linda Brendle" (6)

  1. Great article. So proud of you.

  2. mimijolynn said:

    Nicely done!!

  3. YAY! What a great article! So proud of you, my friend! 😀

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