Mother, Can You Hear Me?

Joy Ross Davis (Author)


Join award-winning author Joy Ross Davis in this personal and heartfelt true story.

Joy's mother suffered from dementia, as well as acute hearing loss. Seeking release from the indescribable and never-ending demands of being a full-time caregiver, Joy began to write about her experiences.

She had no idea so many people could identify with what she was going through, people in much the same circumstances. She had no idea how many people were comforted by her words--and that humor and laughter could help in the most trying circumstances.

This book is an account of that time and those words, which provided much-needed help to so many others.

Product Details

BHC Press/Amber Horn
Publish Date
April 19, 2018
5.5 X 0.22 X 8.5 inches | 0.28 pounds

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About the Author

Joy Ross Davis is a student of the lore and magic of the back hills of Tennessee. She writes imaginative fiction featuring unusual angels as main characters. Her novel, Countenance, won a Silver Medal of Excellence in an international readers' awards contest. She has lived and worked in Alabama for most of her life. She has a Ph.D in Creative Writing, and for many years, taught English at a local community college. She retired to become a caregiver for her mother who suffered from dementia. She wrote her first novel shortly after her mother's death. For several months in 2007, she lived in Ireland and worked as a travel writer and photographer. She lives in Alabama with her son and three rescue dogs.

Reviews taught me the realities of elderly caregiving responsibilities...a real eye opener...a quick and great read! Readers' Favorite