YOU may have read, and loved, her book.
But, on Thursday, September 21, join acclaimed author Patricia Brown at Singleton Library as she shares about her work – specifically Recovery… Learning to love and life after loss.
Some readers of the book have dubbed it a “manual for living”.
Patricia’s journey writing the book began after the realisation loss had dominated her life for more than 40 years. stemming from episodes of personal tragedy and financial struggle.
The book provides an understanding of the grief process and offers guidance and a variety of approaches to help people overcome grief and begin the return to hope, happiness and a meaningful life.
While it begins with Patricia’s story of loss, it goes on to reveal the steps she took to turn her life around and includes case studies and exercises designed to help those undertaking their own journeys to move forward in their healing process.
Singleton Council director corporate and community Anthony Egan said as well as being an inspirational story, Patricia Brown’s book could also be a valuable resource for people in similar circumstances.
“Patricia Brown’s book has been acclaimed as giving clarity, direction and hope to anyone who is struggling with significant loss,” he said.
“Singleton Library does a great job to bring in authors from a range of genres so that our community can engage directly with the people who write what our Library members like to read.”
The event will be at Singleton Library, from 5.30pm to 7pm, on Thursday, September 21.
Patricia Brown will speak about her story and guide for recovery, with copies of her book available for sale and signing.
Bookings are essential.
For more information, contact the library on 6578 7500.