|A worthy Parenting Memoir|
Easy to Love but Hard to Raise is a finalist for about.com’s best special needs parenting memoir of 2012.
This book is about children with “invisible” disabilities [ADHD, PBD, SPD, OCD, PDD, etc.] and the parents and guardians and doctors who assist with their upbringing. I have contributed an essay in this anthology. The Resource section of Easy to Love lists books, organizations, websites, blogs, experts. The book has Q and A’s with experts about children with special needs as well as a forward by Edward Hallowell, M.D.
Please vote today at http://specialchildren.about.com/od/readerschoice/tp/Readers-Choice-Memoir.htm. Thank you!
4 thoughts on “Easy to Love But Hard to Raise Memoir”
All the best with this. Sounds great.
I clicked and wanted to vote-but there were no vote buttons.
Thank you so much, Nas, for visiting my Adventures in Writing blog. Unfortunately, the voting time has expired. We now must wait for the tally count to see if Easy to Love but Hard to Raise receives this award.
Again, I appreciate your visiting my blog. Please stop by again.
I hope your book wins the vote. Sorry I didn't vote in time. You have my vote though!
Thank you for your vote of confidence, Michelle. Too bad I didn't think to post this voting process earlier on my blog. Unfortunately, I'm still learning how to promote myself and my work on the blogosphere.
I'll let everyone know how the anthology makes out in the awards process.
Thank you for visiting my Adventures in Writing blog, Michelle. Please stop by again.