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Carmen Hartono Receives a Stellar 4-Star Foreword Clarion Rating for Her Inspiring Memoir

“Chronicles of a Catholic Housewife” earns high praise from one of the most trusted professional book review company for crafting a “charming and moving memoir of a woman who met God wherever life took her.”

Oakland California, USA – WEBWIRE

“A charming and moving memoir of a woman who met God wherever life took her.”

Carmen Hartono weaves a spiritual memoir that looks back on her life a Catholic housewife for forty years. Filled with wonderful memories and experiences, Hartono talks about her search for God through her marriage. Through her heartfelt memoir, she hopes that this will provide a new perspective on her faith, Latin American politics, and the very definition of marriage.
Foreword Clarion emphasizes how her memoir, “Chronicles of a Catholic Housewife,” weaves a compelling, intelligent story about her four decades of marriage to his loving husband John, a ship’s engineer. This telling review highlights how the author defies the stereotypes about Latina women, Catholics, and stay-at-home mothers. The review also praises her deft sense of humor making light of telling her story especially on talking about difficult scenes.
Most of all, the stellar review shines the light on Hartono’s spiritual journey. Her journey shows how her commitment as a wife and mother is a form of faith being the experience proves the fulfillment of God’s plan for humanity. Her memoir truly shows readers that honoring God is her purpose of keeping her marriage strong through the years.
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Chronicles of a Catholic Housewife
Written by: Carmen Hartono
Published by: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
Published date: February 6, 2014
Paperback price: $15.95
About the Author
Traveling between El Salvador in Central America and San Francisco in California, first-time author Carmen Hartono grew up bilingual and bicultural. “I stayed in the San Francisco Bay Area for my adult life, and later lived the life of an expatriate. I wrote the book while living in Singapore, and in Houston, Texas.” She says her home country of “El Salvador is considered to be a birthplace of Liberation Theology. Pope Francis is making the news for his ‘liberal’ point of view. But his thinking is nothing new in the Church of Latin America.”

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