A Hairdresser's Diary

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This book is the story of a little girl who through a childhood full of struggles, hardships and pain had a dream. That dream was to someday become a hairdresser. Follow her as she trades her dollies in for the real thing.This is the diary of a hairdresser who had a calling and a great memory. It is filled with stories of pain, sadness, gossip, angst, triumph, challenge and most of all, humour. Th More

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About Christine Hannon

I am a 72 year old woman residing in Woodstock Ont. Canada. I have three amazing children, two son and a daughter? I brag about my grandchildren a thirty year old granddaughter and a ten year-old grandson. Ron and I were married at nineteen and have been married fifty interesting and adventurous years. A severe car accident thirty eight years ago caused by a drunk driver robbed me of my careers and left me to live the rest of my life with chronic pain. Until then I was a successful hairdresser, make up artist and a model. To help deal with the daily pain I taught myself to paint. First on clothing, then on walls, wooden pieces, stone and now on canvas. It came as a surprise when that my son in law suggested I write about the hairdressing stories I had been telling for so many years. I have been writing poetry for as long as I can remember but writing a story was foreign to me. I am hoping these stories will inspire someone to live their dreams too. I want to pass my strength on to others. I am working on a sequel for A Hairdresser's Diary and have published a book of original poetry Versify. I invite you to visit me at www.ahairdressersdiary.com or http://ahairdressersdiaries.wordpress.com/ where you can learn more about my life and me.

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GummyBookWorm reviewed on Oct. 13, 2016

Amazing read. I could barely put it down and kept on wanting to know more.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

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