Authors Tess Hardwick and Tracey Hansen, inspired by the myriad voices in the world, compile a melting pot of life paths from over a dozen unique individuals, each exploring the four timeless questions we've all pondered:
· What do you miss about being 5 years old?
· What would you tell your 20-year-old self?
· What, at this point in your life, do you want, wish and dream of for your life going forward?
· What would you want said about you on your 80th birthday?
These experiences make us who we are, defining our personalities, perspectives and dreams as we move through the seasons of life - from memories at age 5 to the person we hope to be described as on our 80th birthday.
From the thoughtful to the blunt, experienced to the young - WRITE FOR THE FIGHT is a humorous and emotional journey that will take you back to the best of times and get you energized for the future. All writer royalties will be donated to charities benefiting the fight against breast cancer.
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About the Author
Tess Hardwick is a novelist, playwright, reader, mommy, wife, daughter, sister and friend — the order of which depends on the day. She has a BFA in Drama from the University of Southern California. In 2000 she wrote her first full-length play, My Lady’s Hand, which subsequently won the 2001 first place prize for new work at the Burien Theatre. Her first novel, Riversong, was published by Booktrope in April 2011 and became the Bestselling Nook Book in October.
Like her main character in Riversong, Tess is from a small town in Southern Oregon but now lives in western Washington with her husband, two daughters, and puppy. She is currently working on her second and third novels and blogging at www.tesshardwick.com. All of which is possible because of her husband, Dave Hardwick, giver of dreams.
Tracey M. Hansen is an author and blogger who resides in sunny Southwest Florida with her boyfriend, two American Staffordshire terriers, and a teacup Chihuahua. She attended Florida Gulf Coast University and originally pursued a career in broadcasting. Tracey cannot imagine a world without coffee. She loves to travel and is competitive to a fault.
In the third grade Tracey started writing fiction and poetry but didn't discover her true writing voice until her late twenties - and hasn't looked back since. Inspired by her childhood friend, Holly, who decided to give birth to a daughter diagnosed in utero with both Down Syndrome and a major heart defect, Tracey wrote Not a Perfect Mom, which will be published in 2012 by the amazing Booktrope Publishing. Visit Tracey at www.traceyhansen.com.
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