Elizabeth Gibbons Van Ingen is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. After living in many places all over the world, adjusting to diverse traditions, and raising three daughters, she now lives and writes in the Denver area.
Liz's work has been published in two anthologies: The Voices of Alzheimer’s and The Voices of Caregivers, both edited by the Healing Project. Kismet is her first book.
Reader Review of Kismet:
A thought provoking and poignant look at how the illness of a loved one can take over the life of a spouse, and what it takes to move beyond the illness. I very much enjoyed the unique history of the characters as international travelers from the 70's through 90's. The author sets scenes with all five senses, giving the reader a rich experience in the places of the story with vivid descriptions of color, scent, sound and sensation. I would recommend it for anyone who enjoys books focused on character, travel and relationships.
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