Three Years of Her Life – Book Sighting in Seattle WA

The debut historical fiction book, THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE, is in Seattle, WA, with the Space needle in the distant view. It’s in the hand and being read by granddaughter Emily, daughter of son Jeffrey and awesome daughter-in-law Jennifer.

Emily is entering a Masters in Counseling program at local Bastyr University. She can relate to the main character, Elizabeth’s career change from Med/Surg nursing to her therapy role in Psychiatry. She will know a little more history about her 2nd-great grandfather, Gustav F. Heim. And Elizabeth’s romance with a doctor, and entanglement with an alluring guitar teacher will balance the detailed history nicely.

Three Years of Her Life is available on Amazon: ebook and paperback.

About C.E.Robinson

Christine Elizabeth Robinson, a former nurse practitioner ventures into the world of fiction to write books. Published in May 2022, THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE, a historical fiction, comes from her love of researching family history. A background as a published poet, experience in writing fiction, non-fiction and screenplays, is an advantage in her writing career. Christine lives in Southern California. A literary fiction book, in progress, A SONG FOR CLARE, approaches a woman's staggering real-life medical and relationship challenges. Her love of music and talent to sing, saves her. http://cerobinsonauthor.com
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5 Responses to Three Years of Her Life – Book Sighting in Seattle WA

  1. Dan Antion says:

    One of my favorite cities! A great place to see your book.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. How fun to have a sighting in Seattle. Lol. I’m sure your daughter is going to love it. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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