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Kathleen H. Wheeler

Born: in Springfield, Illinois
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Wheeler is a native of Springfield. She attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. After college she moved away for a while but she moved back to Springfield in the early 90's and resides there still today.

Biography: Kathleen Wheeler is a graduate of the University of Illinois, she has wordsmithed as a marketing communications professional for ad agencies and corporations. Her writing has been featured in newspaper, trade, and academic publications as well as in ''Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Caregivers''.


Awards:
    '''''Brought to Our Senses'''''
  • -- Finalist, Next Generation Indie Book Awards - First Novel, 2017
  • -- Readers' Favorite Awards Winner - Fiction

Primary Literary Genre(s): Contemporary; Fiction; Womens Fiction

Primary Audience(s): Adult readers

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorKathleenHWheeler/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KathleenHWheelr
Kathleen H. Wheeler on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=Kathleen+Wheeler


Selected Titles

Brought to our senses :
ISBN: 9780996555548 OCLC: 1021184033

Elizabeth Miller is a thirty-four-year-old mama's girl facing a crisis. Her divorced mother Janice receives a deadly diagnosis and becomes a volatile patient, and her fractured family tailspins toward their last resort--legal guardianship with disastrous fallout. Elizabeth soon exposes her mother's long-held secret, which lies at the root of her family's problems. With the lines blurred between right and wrong, she travels a path of reconciliation through the heartland of elder care.--Page 4 of cover.

Brought to our senses :
ISBN: 0996555536 OCLC: 945580628

Elizabeth Miller is a thirty-four-year-old mama's girl facing a crisis. Her divorced mother Janice receives a deadly diagnosis and becomes a volatile patient, and her fractured family tailspins toward their last resort--legal guardianship with disastrous fallout. Elizabeth soon exposes her mother's long-held secret, which lies at the root of her family's problems. With the lines blurred between right and wrong, she travels a path of reconciliation through the heartland of elder care.--

 

 

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