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Dorothy Churchill became a widow on December 28, 1991, after 51 years of marriage to Samuel Churchill. Turning to writing for therapy was helpful to her, and hoped her friends could benefit from her innermost thoughts while dealing with grief. This is a self-help book for widows, but has a broad impact on all relationships. This is a small paperback book of 45 pages.
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Dorothy Churchill has lived around writers all her life. Her father wrote 6 books, and her husband wrote 3. Turning to publishing her relatives' work prompted her to pen one of her own. She lives in Astoria, Oregon. She married Sam Churchill in 1940, they raised 3 children, lived in the Yakima Valley of Washington where Sam wrote for the newspaper. They retired in 1974 and moved to Astoria, Oregon to be near the woods they loved. She is a grandmother to 3, and operates her publishing company as a cottage industry.
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Book Description Condition: Good. A used book in good condition. All pages are intact, and the spine and cover are also intact. Seller Inventory # 467EJZ0013OC