As the sixth and middle child of eleven, Annie Fowler Hightower was an always mobile child of an Army sergeant and his homemaker wife. With laughter and tears, she describes her journey during the 1950's through the early 1970's as she seeks to adapt to living in the Deep South, dysfunctional familial relationships, race relations, and ultimately, an abusive husband. Finally, burdened with the constant threat of danger to herself and to her child, she simply prayed: "Lord, build a fence all around me."
|Publisher:||My Provider Productions LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
A retired, fully honored, university professor of business and educational leadership; Shotwell published several educational research articles and textbook. She earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and a master of business administration degree in international and multinational business from the Golden Gate University; and a doctorate in education leadership from the University of San Francisco. She enjoys a healthy life style as a certified aerobic and fitness instructor; and teaches dance fitness classes at various gyms, churches and centers throughout the USA and internationally. Shotwell greatest ambition, to develop a high school boarding school for performing artist with an unique concept, is in the making. She is an aspiring screenplay writer, playwright, song lyricist, and novelist. Shotwell is the author of a family drama stage play and screenplay entitled, "Maggie: Never Bitter".