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About Earline Paperback – April 10, 2011
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From the Back Cover
In ABOUT EARLINE Carol Wilson writes of her mother with such love that she can show us Earline as she is, neither sugar-coating the story nor humbling her subject. And her subject is really something! Earline proves once again that extraordinary lives can spring--vault!--from ordinary circumstances. All it takes is enough daring, determination, and resilience for six people and an enormous capacity for friendship and you too might create a life of amazing adventures, misadventures, and narrow escapes. Gary Holthaus, WIDE SKIES: FINDING A HOME IN THE WEST
About the Author
After almost forty years as an educator--teacher, high school principal, assistant superintendent, university instructor/visiting professor, school-university partnership director, and consultant--Carol Ann Wilson has now turned her full attention to writing. While in education, she published numerous journal articles and book chapters. Her favored genre now is creative non-fiction. Her first book, STILL POINT OF THE TURNING WORLD: THE LIFE OF GIA-FU FENG, won ForeWord Review's Book of the Year Award for biography and was a finalist the Indie 2010 New Generation Award in nonfiction. She lives in Colorado, where her mother first took her and her siblings some fifty-eight years ago.