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Linda Atwell at Annie Bloom's Books

New Day Northwest – Seattle, WA 

October 10, 2017 

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KATU Afternoon live- Portland, OR 

september 26, 2017

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Life with purpose: Mom writes a book about raising special needs daughter –Linda and Lindsey in 2017 Our Town – Silverton, Mt. Angel &Scotts Mills

Silverton resident Lindsey Atwell refers to her mother’s book about her life as “the good, the bad and the ugly.”

“The ugly is my ex-boyfriends, the bad is what happened with my marriage and my ex-boyfriends,” Lindsey said, “and the good is my family. My mom and my dad do so much to take care of me and they are very helpful. I don’t say it enough but I appreciate everything they do. I just sometimes show it in a different way.” Click here to read more.


Silverton author explores special, yet difficult, bond between mother and daughter — Silverton Appeal /Statesman Journal

Statesman Journal photo of Linda Atwell holding Loving LindseyLindsey Atwell is 37, single, living on her own in Silverton and works part-time at Analene Waterman’s State Farm office.

Seems like a very typical situation but if you ask Lindsey, she will say, “I work full-time, two hours a day.” Click here to read more.


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Download the full press release, including a Q&A with the author by JKS Communications here.