Summer author series: Jenene Holcomb
AUTHOR Jenene Holcomb will hold an author reading for her memoir, “H.E.A.L.I.N.G. – A Guide to the Grieving Process.” The event will take place at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug, 5, at the Narrow Gauge Book Coop in downtown Alamosa. Join us at the store as you enjoy First Fridays downtown.
Currently the director, teacher, and Colorado Preschool Program coordinator for the Sangre de Cristo School District, Holcomb has taught for 26 years. She holds a B.A. in elementary education with a minor in vocal music, as well as an M.A. in counseling. Holcomb recently performed a reading of her book at the Alamosa Library’s Author Soiree held on July 23.
Published in March of this year, a review of the book states, “In the middle of her son’s tenth birthday party, Jenene Holcomb received the call. Her beloved husband, Lee, had received his diagnosis: an aggressive cancer of the liver with multiple
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We will begin with a walk, and then come back to the store for the book event
tumors. How could she survive as the primary caregiver of her beloved husband while simultaneously nurturing two children? Everyone eventually suffers loss – a spouse, a parent, a child, a weather disaster that takes a home, a divorce. No one is immune. In this book, Holcomb relates her personal story, offers her insights on the process of grieving, and shares her spiritual survival strategies.”
Narrow Gauge Book Coop (719-589-3464) is located at 602 Main St. in Alamosa.