by Nancy Evans-Gaddy
Everyone makes mistakes at one time or another, and we hope to learn from them. But how do you make sure you really understand what went wrong and how you feel about it? Nancy Evans-Gaddy might suggest that we try Living in Poetry. When life became negative and overwhelming, Nancy Evans-Gaddy relied on her pencil, paper, and creative thought to understand her life. Now she seeks to share those experiences with others who are struggling with day-to-day experiences. If you’re looking for inspiration, a model of strength who picks up the pieces and pulls herself together, read Nancy Evans-Gaddy’s Living in Poetry: Volume I.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Nancy Evans-Gaddy is a licensed practical nurse for the Veteran’s Administration of the Connecticut Health Care System. She now lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with her husband, Charles M. Gaddy, and they have three children. A member of the Art Council of Connecticut, Nancy Evans-Gaddy enjoys the visual arts, specifically oil painting, pencil drawing, and writing. Although several of her poems can be found in various anthologies, Living in Poetry: Volume I is her first published book.
(2005, paperback, 52 pages)