University of Louisville Magazine

SUM 2018

The University of Louisville Alumni Magazine: for alumni, faculty, staff, students and anyone that is a UofL Cardinal fan.

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61 SUMMER 2018 Arnold D. Seligman, 54M, 66GM, published "Come Fly with Me." James E. Carroll, 66A, 69MD, published "Kuwaiti Seeker" with Crosslink Publishing. His book is available on Amazon. Cecilia Harris, 69A, published "Khanoum Doctor," a memoir about an American scientist, teacher, and mother whose life comes into contact with the Iranian Revolution. The book is available on Amazon. Kim Evans, 77N, 79GN, published "Transforming Healthcare: Healing You, Me and Our Broken Disease-Care System," in which she discusses issues with our current healthcare system and proposes solutions to create a patient-centric model focused on health, wellness and disease prevention. Beverly Battaglia, 78B, published two books, "Changing Lanes: Couples Redefining Retirement" and "Surviving," a book about surviving colon cancer. Both books are available for purchase on Amazon. Shawn C. Jones, 82A, 86MD, 93MR, published his self-help memoir "Finding Heart in Art: A Surgeon's Renaissance Approach to Healing Modern Medical Burnout." The book is based on his own story of burnout and recovery in the medical field. It is available on Amazon. Barbara Ebel, 83A, 87MD, is the bestselling Amazon author of two credible medical fiction and suspense series and one stand-alone medical drama. Her novel, "Deadly Delusions," was chosen as a 2017 Kindle Book Award Semi-Finalist in suspense. Walter "Tom" Yurt, 85B, has lived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for more than nine years. He published two best-selling books about his times and travels in Southeast Asia, "Finding Myself " and This listing represents a selection of the books published by Louisville alumni in recent months. Submissions may be held for future magazine issues due to space limitations. Are you a published author in any format? Let us know the latest and where readers can find you at alumni@ louisville.edu. Sarah Ivens, 11A, 11GA, 18GA, will publish "Forest Therapy: Seasonal Ways to Embrace Nature for a Happier You," in September. Learn simple ways to improve your life by reconnecting with nature. Shelby County's oldest towns. His second book, "History of Smithfield," explores Smithfield, Kentucky, which once was an industrial hub in Henry County at the height of the railroad era. Michael A. Branch, 08B, 10GB, was profiled in "American Firefighter," a series of written reflections of each subject, accompanied by a photograph by Paul Mobley. Roniqua Jefferies, 10B, self-published her debut book "Can I Live? The Advice Every Black Girl Needs but Doesn't Know It Yet" in 2015. In August she will be releasing a new book, "The Graduation Book: Advice for Students to Success- fully Graduate," a work intended to help students plan and organize their college experience. She will be embarking on a college book release tour. Jordan Hall, 15L, published a book about how to pay for college, graduate, or professional school without loans. The book, "Every Degree Debt Free," was Amazon's No. 1 new release in two categories. It shares how he went to school without incurring debt and how others can do so as well. "Finding My World." Later this year, his third book will be published and his first book will be re-released in the official language of Malaysia, an honor given to few Western writers. If any UofL grads are in Southeast Asia, Yurt would love to show you around this incredibly dynamic part of the world. His books can be found in Louisville at Carmichael's and online at mphonline.com. Yurt can be reached at walttyurt@yahoo.com. Elizabeth A. Wardle, 94A, 99A, was among four accredited composition scholars to co-edit the book "Composi- tion, Rhetoric, and Disciplinarity." The work addresses the difficult discourse around theory, discipline, research and historical commitment to pedagogy. Fr. Paul Robinson, 97S, 98GS, published "The Realist Guide to Religion and Science" through Gracewing Publishers in the UK. It can be obtained through usual outlets such as Amazon and Book Depository. Mike Grimes, 02GK, published two new books. One, "Christiansburg: Where All the Good People Live," is packed full of stories and pictures about one of BOOKSHELF

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