Lois Carroll works full-time as a writer who creates stories about people with conflicts in their lives that lead to important and often difficult choices that they must make. Her heroines find themselves in jeopardy and must overcome challenges to prove themselves women of substance.
With a passion for writing since she received a daily diary as a child, Ms. Carroll had to wait until she was well past the age of fifty to live her dream of filling her days with writing. In addition to having 39 of her novels published, many of her short stories and non-fiction articles have been printed in national magazines and journals. Her latest hard cover novel, A Case of Puppy Love by Lois Schwartz, is now available in Large Print from Amazon.com or ask for it at your local library.
Lois Carroll earned a bachelor's degree in English Literature, a master's in Theater, and taught in a Mid-western state university. A member of the Society of Southwestern Authors, she now lives in the high desert in Arizona.
When my growing granddaughter, who has Angelman's Syndrome, couldn't be fitted with large enough bibs, I took out my sewing machine to solve the problem. I showed the resulting smock to friends, who loved it, and my project, Sophie's Smocks, named after my granddaughter, was born so that many kids with AS could have a free smock.
I buy new and gently used turtlenecks and trim. All the smocks are FREE for children and adults with AS. I make child size small to adult XL.
To get a smock, all you have to do is ask by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Give me your child's shirt size plus a name and mailing address including zip. I'll send one as soon as I can. There's no catch and no obligation. Though I accept donations to keep the project going, a Sophie's Smock is free for any Angel who could use one.
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