Frances Fuller

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Frances Fuller spent thirty years in the violent Middle East and for twenty-four of those years was the director of a Christian publishing program with offices in Lebanon. While leading the development of spiritual books in the Arabic language, she survived long years of civil war and invasions.

Frances' prior work, 'In Borrowed Houses', has taken three industry awards. Frances Fuller was the Grand Prize winner in the 2015 '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' Book Awards. It received the bronze medal for memoir in the Illumination Book Awards in 2014. Northern California Publishers and Authors annually gives awards for literature produced by residents of the area. In 2015 'In Borrowed Houses' received two prizes: Best Non-fiction and Best Cover.

Frances Fuller's latest book, 'Helping Yourself Grow Old: Things I Said To Myself When I Was Almost 90', offers penetrating insights and valuable information for seniors who are dealing with loneliness, isolation and 'Covid fatigue'. The book is an ideal gift for not only seniors, but also members of their families, as the book shines a light on issues that all seniors must deal with not only during the Holidays, but also on a daily basis.

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