Writers Who Care

Just Released

Writers Who Care

Just Released

Hell No I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's

“We invite you to our website with valuable information, a little humor, a little tear time, and an introduction to a great NEW book carrying rich nuggets that over 5 million families dealing with the diseases of dementia, need to hear.”

Just Released

The New Book From

Writers Who Care

We are four authors who came together for this special book project, “Hell No I Don’t Remember. I Have Alzheimer’s!” Our work, while written independently, was completed and organized during the outbreak of COVID-19 by getting together on Zoom since we live in different cities and states. But rest assured, we are one voice that is proficient at teamwork.

Our new book “Hell No I Don’t Remember, I Have Alzheimer’s!” is dedicated to families gaining new ideas, and methods of learning to face the fear of the unknown. It’s combined with identifying significant changes to families’ lives because someone they love is living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. This book is filled with intimate stories and is sure to be a priceless and must-read treasure.

Who We Are

Four authors, sharing life experiences, with different perspectives, varying writing styles, countless real-life stories, and a desire to give you a reading encounter, you will not forget.

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Writers Who Care

Writers Who Care

Four experienced writers who care about today’s circumstances that consume us – our children and grandchildren, our spouses, and significant others, our aging parents, our country, and the state of our society. Caring enough to shed light and reveal truth through the power of the pen!

Each of us has varying backgrounds, different education levels, and diverse narratives to bring our own spin for intimate reading.   Three of us live in different cities in Texas, and one lives outside Seattle Washington.  We each have a different writing style and independently work on our own chapters or books. Our newest project “Hell No I Don’t Remember, I Have Alzheimer’s!” was collaborated by meeting online every month.

As writers, we understand that reading is a personal experience. You just don’t let anyone in your private reading space.  Everyone has their favorite genre, their favorite style, and even their favorite kind of ending.

We care that our readers engage and enjoy our work whether reading narrative non-fiction or a book that grabs you in that sweet spot and gives you a belly laugh with a surprise ending.  We understand the power of the written word and respect that in our writings.

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Hell No I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's

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Latest Books Available

Hell No I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's

When Faith Fails

The Bark Of A Tree

When Mommies Cry

A Life Worth Remembering

When the Glass Slipper Breaks

Hell No I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's

When Faith Fails

When Mommies Cry

The Bark Of A Tree

A Life Worth Remembering

When the Glass Slipper Breaks

Kind Words

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“Words written by these ladies jumped off the page talking about the grief families go through.”

-Renee Woods, MD

“My husband died having dementia about a month before I read this book.  What I would have done for this first-hand knowledge and experience.”

-Susan Taylor

“Clinical facts take a back seat to real-life application of this heart-wrenching, heart-breaking disease.”

-Renee Gray, RN, BSN

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“As a medical provider, it gives you the gift of seeing a glimpse into the thoughts and challenges of both the patient and family members of those with Alzheimer’s.”

-Martha Snyder, APRN, FNP-C Healthcare Services

“To truly understand the devastation wrought by Alzheimer’s disease, the authors have unveiled intimate details of heart-breaking experience so devastating that it shakes the very foundation of one’s faith.”  

-Dr. Richard A. Jordan MD, FACP, CHCQM, CPE  COL (Ret) US Army – Assistant Professor of Medicine

“While many books and articles focus on understanding the disease and managing it, this book is written from a family focus point – skillfully written.”
 

-Arlowen Jordan Raygor – MN, BCRN, Educator Princeton University  Hospital

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“I ran the gamut of emotion whiles reading this marvelous book, covering every episode experience with my precious family members.”

-Katrina Akers Pawley, LMT Texas and Oregon

“Take some time, grab a beverage and maybe some Kleenex, and read their stories.  Your journey will be a little lighter after doing so.”

-Lisa Campbell  R.N., R.N. -BC  Director of Professional Services

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