A new memoir by LYNETTE LAMB
“I was carried along and couldn’t put it down…beautifully written, spare and lush…honest and caring and truthful.”
—Marge Ostroushko, public radio producer and co-creator of Giving Voice Chorus
When Lynette Lamb’s 45-year-old husband suffered a severe stroke, the future looked bleak for both of them, and for their grade school-age daughters.
In Strokeland, Lamb shares the unvarnished truth about how they lived through a devastating medical event and learned to live with a life-changing disability.
Ten percent of the cover price of each copy of Strokeland will be donated to MnCAN (Minnesota Connect Aphasia Now).
Lynette Lamb has been a magazine writer and editor for more than 30 years, including at Utne Reader and Minnesota Monthly magazines, and the spouse of a stroke survivor for 15 years.
Lamb and her husband, Robert Gerloff, are the parents of two adult daughters and live in Minneapolis. Strokeland is her first book.
Want to invite Lynette to speak to your church group, book club, or other organization? Reach out today!