|An unexpected move to Florida.
A dozen baby hamsters.
A 12-year-old daughter with stomach
pains that won't go away.
What's a mother to do?
Join Kay Day in a journey that begins
in her newly restored home in South Carolina
and ends in a Florida home
purchased on the Internet.
Learn how she researched her daughter's illness,
realizing she had to become an advocate if her daughter
was to heal. Follow the tale of a family caught in post
9-11 turmoil, and see how the family reunited after a
separation that stretched to almost 24 months.
According to distinguished critic Dr. Alma Bond, "Killing
Earl is an interesting & sometimes humorous memoir. It
gives practical advice about navigating today's medical
establishment, as well as useful Internet links & tips for
Read more about Killing Earl.
2nd place, FSA Letters Competition, 2005 National
League of American Pen Women
Category: Published Books
Kay B. Day
freelance correspondent, author, speaker