The local educator and author shares her self-published novel, an emotional journey of two people who fall in love after experiencing the death of their spouses. The author describes why she wrote the book and reads passages describing the challenges of dating, children, finances, and intimate relations.
is a real life story about two people who found love in the winter of their lives. Both experienced the love of their spouses snatched away by death. Although lonely, each found they could happily exhaust themselves with work, social events and of course with family and friends. But deep inside, if they were truthful, loneliness consumed them when they least expected it. Then fate stepped in and the rest of their story is a tribute to how the human spirit rises above expected limitations and finds love unmatched by anything each had ever experienced. Their story provides a pathway for anyone, at any stage of their life on how to open their eyes and trust themselves to find love, real love, within their reach.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
KAY TAYLOR OLIVER is an educator and writer who served as Executive Director for Detroit Public Schools; Associate Superintendent for Philadelphia Public Schools; and Associate Professor in the College of Education at Temple University in Philadelphia. She is the author of Teacher Behavior in the Context of a Continuum of Teacher Improvement
, Through Their Eyes: A Strategic Response to the National Achievement Ga,
; and Princess Aisha and the Cave of Judgment
. Her newest novel is Winter's Love
and has sold over 600 copies since its release in October, 2016. Kay is active in her community serving as president of two organizations and as a member of several boards. She and her husband have received numerous awards for their philanthropic work on behalf of children and educational institutions. She is married to Walter Oliver and resides in Phoenix, Arizona