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Books on Family Connections and Dream Realization Were the Attraction during the AJC Book Festival

Dr. Rosalie H. Contino, Ph.D. displayed her books last September 4-6 in Georgia.


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Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn’t Want to Have to Learn
Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn’t Want to Have to Learn Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino

“I want everyone to hang on to their dreams. They may not come true today but if you work hard for it, they can still come true tomorrow. Don’t ever lose hope and believe in yourself”

Do you have a dream? We should hold onto our dreams for they keep us alive. They push us towards the path of happiness and wonder. More importantly, they don’t come in expiration dates. If you’re not convinced, then read the inspirational tale of Dr. Rosalie H. Contino in her book entitled Born to Create.

When she reached the age of 40, she had the urge to pursue her passion to create. So, she changed her career path; from being a successful seventh-grade English teacher to her newfound career in the arts. Now, she’s enjoying her creative career as a costume designer, costume historian, playwright, and lecturer.

“I want everyone to hang on to their dreams. They may not come true today but if you work hard for it, they can still come true tomorrow. Don’t ever lose hope and believe in yourself”, Rosalie said.

Aside from this inspirational autobiography, Rosalie has also published another book entitled Bob: As Life Goes On. The book is about the story of how she and her brother battled the challenges of life as a family. Their journey started when Bob Contino was diagnosed with mild schizophrenia. He was forced to retire and Rosalie has to temporarily stop all her plans in life so she can take care of her brother. Everything got complicated when Bob was diagnosed with a number of physical ailments. But instead of pulling them apart, the illness pulled the siblings together.

These are two different books with different themes. But all the same, both books will touch your heart as it tackles about realizing your dreams and being at your family’s side when they need you the most.
 
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival
Dr. Rosalie H. Contino’s books were featured during the last AJC Decatur Book Festival. Born to Create and Bob: As Life Goes On were both displayed at the LitFire Publishing booth last September 4-6, 2015 at the historic Decatur Square in Atlanta, Georgia. People have flocked to the booth for their interest was heightened by the subjects of the Rosalie’s published works.
 
 
 
Born to Create
Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
Kindle | $11.00
Paperback | $12.60
 
Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn’t Want to Have to Learn
Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
Kindle | $11.99
Paperback | $12.00
 
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.dorrancepublishing.com, and other online book retailers.
 
About the Author
 
Dr. Rosalie H. Contino, Ph.D. is an Italian-American living in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated with a degree in Elementary Education from Fordham University. After that, she earned her M.A. in Educational Theatre and later a Ph.D. in the same field, both from New York University. Aside from teaching English to Junior High students and serving as a teaching fellow for the Program in Educational Theatre at New York University, Rosalie has worked as a costume designer, costume consultant, and costume lecturer for numerous productions and events. More than that, she also published several poems on nature as well as articles on creative writing and dramatics.


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 Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
 Bob: As Life Goes On
 Born to Create
 Biography & Memoir
 Schizophrenia


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