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Author Carol Wilson-Mack receives praise for her book “Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations”

This book is a profound and candid history of one community’s triumphs and tragedies.

Memphis, Tennessee, USA – WEBWIRE

“The story focuses on a group of women within the Patchwork group who connect by sharing their problems in an attempt to find peace and support.” Susan Miller, San Francisco Book Review

“Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations” by Carol Wilson-Mack tells the stories and lives of the God-centered women in rural Bamberg, South Carolina between the years 1939 and 1959. They created an atmosphere that allowed the participants to help their families. They bonded over quilting, which provided them the opportunity to share their challenging stories.
“Patchwork” has been well received by Amazon customers and book reviewers.
Elnora Bradford, an Amazon customer, gave the book a full five-star rating on Amazon, saying: “‘Patchwork’ impressed me as a loving, giving, healing tool. Its wisdom and insight are much needed in our somewhat fragmented current culture. I appreciated it showing us the impact of sharing in a circle. Each character who entered the cover-creating conversations heavy of heart exited with a lightness of foot and a clearer direction.”
“Inspiring intergenerational dialog about all subjects, big and small, comfortable and painful,” wrote C.S. Holmes in a review for IndieReader.
Rachel Dehning of Manhattan Book Review gave the book 4.5 of 5 stars. She wrote, “The quilts included not only love but sorrow turned to joy through the prayers laid on each unique quilt.”
“Each chapter is dedicated to the story of one of the ladies in the group,” wrote Kristi Elizabeth for Portland Book Review. “Each story is so unique and thought-provoking.”
“The beauty of women connecting from different generations is explored in ‘Patchwork,’” wrote Aly Avina for Pacific Book Review.
“The personalities and perspectives of the women clearly emerge in the story.” Carolyn Davis, US Review of Books
“I am inspired by these women. Despite some terrible circumstances, most of them carried on with their lives and worked through it,” wrote Megan Walvoord for Seattle Book Review.
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Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations
Author | Carol Wilson-Mack
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published Date | July 10, 2020
Genre | Women’s Biographies / Fiction
ISBN-13 | 978-1951775421
 Paperback Price | $7.67
About the Author
Carol Wilson-Mack holds a Master’s degree in Communications Arts from New York Institute of Technology and is a graduate of the Long Ridge Writers Group.
Carol is also a Registered Professional Nurse, and works as an Educator in the Health Care Industry, focusing on Staff education. She has completed a Doctorate in Divinity, which enhances her inspirational script writing abilities.
She has authored several stage scripts, which have been produced in New Jersey, Baldwin, NY, New York City, and the Bronx, NY. She has also written a screenplay which she plans to put into production. She has produced several CD’s, one of Gospel music featuring Ms. Stella Bobian, and one of poetry, where she reads words of poet/writer the late George Edward Tait.
She was the writer and artistic director for the television show “Woman Of The Week” which highlighted ordinary women doing extraordinary things. The show aired on cable television for more than ten year, receiving in 1994 the CAPE, (Cable Award for Programming Excellence).
Carol is currently directing a stage play, entitled “Sly Fox” with special arrangements with Samuel French Inc., in New York City.

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