Bonnie Lendrum is a Canadian author who writes about the things that worry her. Just ask her sons—she worries a lot. What she does with her worries though is unusual. She tustles with them, breaks them down, teases them apart—thread by thread—and then weaves them into stories. Her readers say that she engages, entertains, and challenges them. Autumn’s Grace, her first novel, which addresses palliative care is available in print and electronic formats at Chapters-Indigo, Amazon, All Lit Up, and through her publisher, Inanna Publications.
Her second novel (in the final throes of editing) wrestles with her worries about aging and health care. The story is told through conversations among four seventy-something women who are fit, healthy and irreverent as they tackle a seemingly impossible project. Stay tuned!