Starting to Frame–a memoir

Growing up in post WW II Sheffield, England, Roger Gordon's once close-knit family begins to fragment. He is forced to confront stigmas of the day: divorce, marital infidelity, and mental illness. Cast against news events of the day, using humor, this book is about the futility of family feuding, the need to be loved, the power of forgiveness, and the imperative to address mental illness More
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About Roger Gordon

Roger Gordon was born in 1943 inSheffield, England, where he spent the first 26 years of his life. After obtaining his B.Sc. and Ph.D in Zoology from Sheffield University, he immigrated to Canada in 1969. He pursued a successful career as a scientist and faculty member at three Canadian universities and served as Dean of Science at the University of Prince Edward Island from 1997–2006. Author of approximately 60 scientific publications,Roger has also received awards in three annual competitions
sponsored by the Prince Edward Island Writers’Guild for his literary compositions. He is now retired from academia and lives with his wife, Alison, and his family onPrince Edward Island. He has just published his first book within the creative writing genre: "Starting to Frame–a memoir."

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