Rod, my husband, and I arrived late. Exhibitor’s Row at the Louisiana Book Festival was already filled with people. Last year, the festival started at 9 am. The winds were strong; temperature set at freezing and scarcely a soul on … Continue reading
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Rebecca Gernon reads from Amy Signs, her joint memoir with her daughter Amy Willman, at the Celebration of Words sponsored by the North Shore Literary Society and hosted by the Mandeville Barnes and Nobles.
Rebecca Gernon reads excerpts of “Amy Signs: A Mother Her Deaf Daughter and Their Story”, a joint memoir Rebecca wrote with her daughter Amy Willman. Released by Gallaudet University Press Fall 2012. To learn more about Rebecca go to http://www.rebeccawillmangernon-writer.com
Author Rebecca Gernon talks about the fulfillment of her dream to publish the truth about raising a deaf child. Gallaudet University Press releases the joint memoir Rebecca wrote with her daughter, “Amy Signs: A Mother Her Deaf Daughter and Their … Continue reading
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