Monday, April 20, 2009
Patricia Harmon & The Blue Cotton Gown
“A flower child who found her calling after coaching a friend through a home birth, nurse-midwife Harman works with her ob-gyn husband at a West Virginia clinic. In her sweetly perceptive memoir, she reveals how her exam room becomes a confessional. Coaxing women in thin blue gowns to share secrets—about abusive boyfriends, OxyContin habits, unplanned pregnancies—she reminds them that they’re not alone.” —People Magazine
Patricia's scheduled another special stop while she's in Bookland Heights. She'll be visiting the WOOFers Club blog Tuesday and Wednesday (April 21-22). Click here!
Brought to you in part by WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty , Wendel Wordsworth, Cynthia's Attic