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Carol Bogart is an Emmy award winning journalist and published author. Her essay, "Once Upon a Memory," is included in an anthology, "The Healing Project: Voices of Alzheimer's" (LaChance Publishing, New York, New York).
With a background in TV news, newspapers, radio, commercial voiceover work and online media, Carol also is a freelance writer. Her array of AP awards, both print and broadcast, includes a first place award for feature writing and for Best Community Service reporting.
Carol, a lifelong nature lover, has contributed to examiner.com as its Sacramento Nature Examiner. Various examples of her writing can be found in archived Carol Bogart columns at www.WestSacWeb.com. Carol's articles and columns on the subject of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder have been published in numerous newspapers and online (WestSacWeb and http://hubpages.com/profile/Carol+Bogart).
Currently (September 2016), Carol continues to be the official advocate for her ADHD son, Mike. Mike, now 30, is enrolled at UC Santa Cruz. He is a senior and completed the first semester of his senior year with a 3.1 overall GPA. He is working on his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. In Spring of 2015, Mike completed the college transfer program at Sacramento City College. Majoring in Psychology at Sac City, Mike graduated with honors with a 3.82 GPA. At UCSC, Mike is Captain of the university's 'Slugs' ice hockey team.
Carol writes articles about and on behalf of Rotary Club of West Sacramento. The articles are periodically submitted to media and Rotary District 5180's newsletter. Carol is Rotary Club of West Sacramento's 2016-17 Publicity Chair. When Mike is fully "launched" -- Carol has another book in progress.
Where to find Carol Bogart online
Where to buy in print
Love Everlasting: Blessed Are Those That Mourn
by Carol Bogart
Love Everlasting chronicles real-life events the author experienced following the deaths of her parents -- events that transformed her belief in God from simple faith to rock solid conviction. It's been said God does not comfort us to make us comfortable, but to make us comforters. Love Everlasting is meant to bring comfort to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one.
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