The Cameron Women
The Cameron Women: A book club’s must-read novel, this is the story of good women facing hard stuff.
Alcoholism. Infertility. Breast cancer. And a Me Too trauma long kept secret. It’s about three Cameron women–Ellie the mother, Kate and Jamie her daughters–waging their individual battles with both fear and courage. Despair and hope.
Award Winning Author
Susan Brace Lovell earned undergraduate and graduate degrees with honors in English from the University of Michigan and taught high school and college English. She co-founded Cadence, a weekly newspaper in East Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is the author of four non-fiction histories. Lovell is a longtime member of the Salvation Army and sits on the Grand Rapids Salvation Army Advisory Board. She and her husband live in Grand Rapids.
Susan is actively involved in philanthropy in her native Grand Rapids. She consults for The Wege Foundation, has been an Advisory Board member to the Salvation Army for 20 years, and co-founded the weekly Michigan newspaper, Cadence. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan.
The Good Cause In Which We Are Engaged
The History of the Wege Foundation
A Dozen Of The Best
Peter Martin Wege
Grand Rapids Township and History
If you’ve read and liked Patricia Gaffney or Nancy Thayer novels, this one is right up your alley. Strong female characters making up a tight knit family, overcoming adversity.
– Deborah R.
This is a beautiful and enriching story of love, friendship, loss, forgiveness and redemption… This novel certainly feels more like a family friend, one that I will revisit time and time again.
A tender, poignant, purposeful story that deals with the pain and process of addiction. The characters are so real, they become your friends.
– jackie b.
Book Club Request
Publicity: Crystal Patriarche