Author Alli Graham signs copies of her book Life is What Happens at the Revelstoke Museum on Nov. 14. The pioneer and prolific letter writer has printed 200 copies of her memoir

Letter: Author thankful for help with book

Author Alli Graham thankful for help with publishing and promoting her memoir, Life is What Happens.

Editor,

First of all, I wish to thank Alex Cooper at the Times Review for his interview with me in early November and his article that followed in the newspaper. It is much appreciated. I also am deeply grateful to Cathy English at the Revelstoke Museum for her thoughtful hospitality. The overwhelming response to my book Life is What Happens is heart warming. The title describes it simply and succinctly and I would like to add “full of good people.”

Last but not least, I add deep appreciation to my daughter Susie Green for her shrewd business sense and “fine tuning” with editing with me to prepare the book for publication. Without her I probably would have lacked the courage to move forward.

Merry Christmas to everyone!

Sincerely,

Alli M. Graham

Sicamous, B.C.

 

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