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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Jessica Redmond Author, A Year of Absence: Six women’s stories of courage, hope and love will be in Anadulsia, AL. Friday, Feb. 24 2006 at 6:30 p.m. At Southside Baptist Church, 1213 West Bypass, Andalusia, AL 36420 Every one is invited and if you have any questions or need more information please feel free to contact Tracy Simpler at the girltracy@andycable.com or call her at:334-222-9688 Home#334-343-0866 Cell#334-427-7417 Work# Jessica Redmond has worked as a teacher, freelance journalist, Peace Corps volunteer, and community organizer, but one of her most challenging roles has been as a military wife. In April 2003, after being married for less than a year, her husband was sent to Iraq as part of the U.S. Army’s First Armored Division, based in Baumholder, Germany. As the first months of the deployment dragged on, Jessica set out to discover how other wives were coping with the strain. Her first book, A Year of Absence, tells the stories of six very different women who find a way to guide themselves and their families through the most difficult fifteen months of their lives. Jessica holds a BA in English from Tulane University and a master’s degree in international public policy and administration from Rutgers University. She has written for Stars and Stripes and The Dallas Morning News. For additional information about the author, upcoming events, book reviews, or deployment tips for families, please visit www.survivingdeployment.com. For author interviews or correspondence, please call 651-357-8770 or e-mail pr@elvaresa.com. Books will be available November 2005 at many retail locations and online bookstores, through Baker & Taylor wholesalers, or direct from the publisher: 651-357-8770, fax 501.641.0777, e-mail orders@elvaresa.com

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