Tribute to a Fascinating Mother Captivates AJC Book Festival Crowd
Carol Craig Cowan-Lanyon writes about her mother and how their relationship has changed her life.
“[The book] opens the door to a personal reflection of our own mother-child relationships.” This book is recommended to those who enjoy real-life stories that emphasize courage, love, and family.
LitFire showcases Miz Bambo by Carol Craig Cowan-Lanyon, a mother-daughter memoir embracing the aftermath following the sudden death of Carol’s father.
Presented with newly found and glorious freedom from the rigors of hot lunch preparations and ironing shirts, Bambo sold their home, took Carol out of school, and they moved to Geneva, Switzerland. With mother and daughter experiencing unimaginable adventures together, the strength of their relationship offers a prevailing theme.
Amazon reviewer Dagmar Nissen says, “[The book] opens the door to a personal reflection of our own mother-child relationships.” This book is recommended to those who enjoy real-life stories that emphasize courage, love, and family.
The book was displayed at recently concluded AJC Decatur Book Festival in Georgia last September 2–4, 2016.
Written by Carol Craig Cowan-Lanyon
Kindle | $9.99
Paperback | $9.09
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Carol Craig Cowan-Lanyon was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. She studied at the University of Arizona and got her undergraduate degree there in 1985. She then got a master’s degree in early Florentine Renaissance art history while in Europe.
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