We’re pleased to feature Fran Simone this month!
Fran Simone, Ph.D., is a professor emeritus from Marshall University, South Charleston Campus where she directed the West Virginia Writing Project, a statewide affiliate of the National Writing Project, University of California at Berkeley. Her essays have appeared in The Voice and The Quarterly of the National Writing Project, the Charleston Gazette, and Writers Digest. Most recently she has been a guest blogger for Psychology Today (online), Hazelden/Betty Ford (Recovery Matters), and Addiction Blog. She has conducted over 100 writing workshops. Fran is a member of Story Circle Network and the National Association of Memoir Writers.
About Her Book
A Message of Hope and Love
The dynamics of codependency are illuminated in this heartbreaking story of a marriage compromised by the husband’s addiction to alcoholism. This honest memoir will help untold numbers of people understand what it’s like to live with and love someone who is addicted. It provides knowledge, courage and hope Sit back and embark on a whirlwind voyage through seas of desire, tragedy, an ultimately, forgiveness.
Fran’s website: http://www.darkwinewaters.com/
Her book was published by Central Recovery Press.
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