Upon retirement from the wine industry, Lue Christian took up writing, something she had yearned to pursue most of her adult life. Eventually, she garnered some state and national awards on some of her non-fiction work. At that time, she decided to go into the world of fiction. She studied for two years with several professionals and, during that period of time, Boomerang was born. The book has a French Canadian locale because of Christian's maternal roots.
Christian has a daughter who was diagnosed with MS in 1986. As one of her her emotional caregivers, through the years she has dealt with watching her exacerbations with frustration, being unable to help her. In the process of dealing with her own personal grief and acceptance, she has realized how much is lacking in terms of current information for significant others, families and close friends. When first learning of the diagnosis one is in the dark as to what is ahead and how to cope and help.
She lives in the agriculturally famous San Joaquin Valley of Central California with her husband Shannon and their Siamese cats, Waldo and Gilly. In 1995, the couple undertook, and completed, an unassisted transcontinental journey from their home to Quebec City … on a 'Bicycle Built for Two'.
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TLC for MS Caregivers
by Lue Christian
Every twenty minutes, someone, somewhere in the world, is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Little is known about this devastating disease and how it affects the family and friends surrounding the stricken one. Finally we have a book directed to and addressing the concerns of these silent sufferers. They are entitled to the gamut of emotions because they are also afflicted.
by Lue Christian
Stalked by a dead lover from her past, the young mother and wife of an immoral man strives to unravel the puzzle and stem the danger that threatens her sanity and her very life. As her jeopardy intensifies, she enlists the help of her doctor. They discover a searing passion for each other to which they dare not surrender. The site is on an island near historic Quebec City in the year 2009.
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