Las Vegas, NV, April 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- "Maude" by Donna Foley Mabry is the memoir of a woman who lived in the 1900’s, witnessed the Great Depression and women’s suffrage, and saw what World War 2 did to the American society. Maude was the author’s grandmother, and her story is told by her granddaughter just as she remembered it from the nights when she fell asleep soothed by the old woman’s voice. Donna Foley Mabry decided to write this amazing, heartwarming book after her daughter suggested it to her. Mabry spent most of her childhood years with her grandmother, hearing the story of the woman’s life, the hardships she had to face, and even some intimate details that told of how difficult a woman’s life could be in the 1900’s. This honest, beautifully written story has risen in the best-seller ranks purely by the recommendations of one reader to another to another.
The author, an Amazon Kindle-Unlimited All-Star, wrote her first novel at the age of 60 and has 15 books published thus far. "Maude", a runaway best-seller has over 5,700 five-star or four-star reviews on Amazon.com and has appeared on the Wall Street Journal best-sellers list every week since early December, 2014. The novel is soon to be released by Dreamscape Audiobooks and is currently being translated into Italian to be published by Newton Compton Editori.