When Zionsville resident Peggy Garrett Rohrman was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 44, she took the age-old question of "Why me?" and thought to herself, "Why not me?" She decided to approach the experience as if it was a gift, and became inspired to create a family legacy project with her mother, Sally Ruhaak Garrett, and sister, Laurie Garrett Hamed. That project became the book, "Hand Me Down Heart: Recipes and Traditions of Home, Hope and Heritage."
On Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 6:30pm, listen to Peggy, Sally and Laurie tell their story and hear advice for publishing your own book. They will talk about organizing your ideas, marketing and promotion, and networking, among other things. They will also touch on ways to conquer what they call the "demons of doubt." Even if you are not interested in publishing a book, don't miss this inspiring talk by three women who decided to see the best in something frightening. Please register for this program.