Bountiful: How Do You Define Family?

In my soon to be released novel, Bountiful, family is redefined by characters following their hearts. Here is how one early reader describes the novel:

After the death of her husband Charlotte Roux is drawn back to her family farm near Bountiful, Iowa. Leaving all trappings of her Manhattan lifestyle behind, Charlotte finds the challenges of her new life daunting yet invigorating. All the familiar “isms” are proved false as Charlotte and her new community of fellow humans discover exactly what their hearts demand. Forget your beliefs about aging, family and destiny. Bountiful serves up a whole new menu!

Bountiful is just that: rich in creative-even a little crazy–solutions to current social and economic issues facing American families in the 21st Century.

Click here to read a fact sheet about the changing American Family. 09-Grandfamilies-FactSheet-MultigenerationalHouseholds

Generations United is the national membership organization focused solely on improving the lives of children, youth, and older people through intergenerational strategies, programs, and public policies. GU represents more than 100 national, state, and local organizations and individuals representing more than 70 million Americans. Since 1986, GU has served as a resource for educating policymakers and the public about the economic, social, and personal imperatives of intergenerational cooperation. GU acts as a catalyst for stimulating collaboration between aging, children, and youth organizations providing a forum to explore areas of common ground while celebrating the richness of each generation.