Published: November 18, 2016.
Fiction » Historical » USA
A Memoir of the Depression is a story of lives derailed by economic collapse and family turmoil. Early in the 20th Century, a young man named John McQuaid journeys from Kansas toward the forested mountains of Oregon. The life he builds is nearly destroyed by the Great Depression. Decades later, a deep recession strikes and Bonnie Todd must reinvent her life and find meaning in a new world order.
Author Helle Eriksen tells an honest story of fighting stress and depression. She tells you how she got her life back after a long and chaotic period in life, which resulted in a major depression. Her aim is to make the reader feel less lonely and start talking and writing about stress and depression. This book is recommended to everybody who is familiar with stress and depression.
From Thorpe Menn award winning author G.P. Schultz comes an action packed historical romance set during the Depression and World War Two, with a cast of characters who will have you laughing and crying from the first page to the last.