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:
Kismet offers a unique, intimate life story of Liz and Tony, a loving young couple, blessed at first with the ecstasy of romance and life in exotic corners of the world. Their lives take a shattering turn, however, with the diagnosis of Tony's Alzheimer's followed by his long slide down into darkness. Kismet reads like a play where the curtain opens and you are in the first row watching the lives of a fortunate couple leading an unusual and exhilarating life and then, in the third act, watching how they deal with extraordinary fear, loneliness, uncertainty and pain. Liz was an extraordinary care-giver and is a gifted play-wright.
-- P. N. E.
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