Widowhood Happens is a self-help book which encourages readers to prepare for the death of their spouses. The life ahead will be different, but can be full of promise.
Gene K. Garrison began her writing career in 1972 with a freelanced magazine article about an historic bar in a small Southwestern town. It continued with four, possibly five, books: FROM THUNDER TO BREAKFAST about a real U.S. Westerner named Hube Yates; THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT CAVE CREEK (It's About The People) character-driven, recent history; and JAVELInA (Have-uh-WHAT?) a children's picture book about wild pig-like creatures that roam the U.S. southwestern deserts; as well as WIDOWHOOD HAPPENS. All are non-fiction.