D. M. Wilmes is an award winning Missouri author, which includes Foreword Magazines Book of the Year Finalist, Reader Views Literary Award for Best Memoir/Autobiography, Midwest Independent Publishers Association Book Award Finalist, USA Book News Best Book Award Finalist, and iUniverse Publishers Choice Award.
While quail hunting in the woods of his Uncle’s farm, an unexpected encounter leads Clay to Hartwin, a quaint little town along the Missouri River. During his visit, Clay finds new hope by discovering the fragility of life and family, and the timeless influence of choice through the lives of those that lived before him.
The journey leads him full circle—back to the woods where it all began.
Seven Days of Hospice: A Memoir, chronicles the emotional last seven days of life for Elaine, the authors mother, while in hospice care. Through hospice care, the family was able to release Elaine to the great beyond as quietly, painlessly, and lovingly as possible and witness her passing with renewed hope and in a profound and life-changing way.