Thirty Homes in Thirty Years by Addy Stevens

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Addy Stevens takes us on the autobiographical journey of a young divorcee's relentless determination to escape her past and create a life she feels she and her two children deserve... as she recounts the thirty homes she creates over thirty years... and all the joy, heartbreak, challenges and successes along the way. The twist is ....the humor that comes through it all.

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Addy Stevens (legal name Adele Wilson) was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, but spent most of her life growing up in Texas as the second of four children of two extraordinary, extroverted parents.A shy child, Adele quickly learned how to escape into the world of her imagination where she could have a voice and live out her fantasies. She wrote poems, created backyard circuses, and won creative writing awards.She met her future husband at The University of Texas, married, and had two sons. When the marriage ended in divorce, Adele began life as a single mother of two toddlers. In 2008 Adele sat down to begin cataloging the thirty homes she had lived in over the past thirty years on the impending 30th anniversary of her divorce. What started as a therapeutic recounting of her life, ended in a manuscript, and her first book - an autobiographical novel, THIRTY HOMES IN THIRTY YEARS.She currently lives in Dallas, Texas and is working on her second book.
Published March 14, 2012 313 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Stevens pens her first book, a bold, autobiographical narrative of living in 30 different homes in Texas, Virginia, New York and Washington, D.C.

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