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Being a caregiver who did not know what to expect, but didn't expect what I got

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Join host Amy Zellmer as she speaks with Pat Stanford.

Pat Stanford was born in Philadelphia, but moved to Florida with her farming family when she was one. She has poetry published in several anthologies, and won second place in the 2004 Seven Hills Contest with her short story, Divorce Sale.

Fixing Boo Boo, a slightly fictionalized account of what happens when a brain-injured sibling comes to live with a sister who doesn’t know what that means, is her first novel length work. She lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband and a quirky cat, and is currently working on a new novel as well as ghostwriting a book for a CEO of a corporation.

Purchase Pat's book on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2FmHMSD

Sponsored by: Minnesota Functional Neurology, DC

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