Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
For electronic publishing expert eBooks2go, working with their latest author Tedi Tuttle Wixom came down to a miraculous connection and precision timing. This experienced wordsmith has been on the sidelines for a while, but over the past three decades, Ms. Wixom has produced several publications for family and community. She was finding it rather tedious to expand her readership inside a shifting economy and amidst rapidly changing technology. A phone call, an anniversary, and a second-place trophy changed all that. Tedi is now back in the game and rising the ranks in multiple genres with her fine-honed storytelling skills on display in eBook format for readers.
The first book Wixom ran with electronically in tandem with eBooks2go, “A Whisper of Springtime: Jason’s Heart Transplant Miracle”, is celebrating 20 years on the market. A true story about her son Jason, “A Whisper of Springtime” is a compelling must-read for all ages detailing the hope and setbacks of one family’s journey into the unknown territory of medical pioneering efforts of infant heart transplantation as they run for the goal line—to procure a heart for their son.
Born with an inherited heart disease, and death knocking at Jason’s door, the Wixom’s face unknown challenges as they leap onboard a small jet in Salt Lake City, Utah headed to Southern California. As May flowers nod lazily outside LLUMC hospital in the winking lights amid darkest night, Jason receives a two-year-old human heart following an emotionally-charged evening. “A Whisper of Springtime” is a comprehensive narrative focused on one family’s spirit, faith, and resolve to win a round on the football field of life for their son, whose prognosis for living was downed shortly after the opening kickoff.
This medical journal of sorts would make an excellent textbook, particularly for nursing, or a case study in sociology or psychology programs. It could aid parents searching for answers on how to survive the rigors of transplant boot-camp or any family with an ill child staying at a hospital hoping for their child’s survival. If Mother Wixom can handle this situation and run across the goal line to score, other mothers can too!
Ms. Wixom’s second round with the digital specialist is near and dear to the hearts of the eBooks2go organization’s team members. Tedi won second place in July of 2014 after entering the company’s first kick-off contest dedicated to authors of children’s illustrated books. Her offering, “Danny is Different”, exemplified what is truly magnificent about stories geared for children. With incredibly detailed and vivid illustrations as well as an overall theme of self-esteem and overcoming prejudices and gossip, it was a no-brainer to anoint the Utah-based author as this year’s runner-up amongst the star-studded lineup.
Tedi wrote “Danny Is Different” for children everywhere who have ever been made fun of for being weird, odd, or labeled different, especially in regards to her own bushy eye-browed heart-transplant son who had endured such labels. This bilingual story is a prime example of cheering the unique individual’s worth and how one person’s values can ultimately benefit everyone he or she comes in contact with.
This have-to-share children’s illustrated anecdote is about a little green snake born odd. His parents who are upper-class snobbish snakes living a fast-paced life in the city, are afraid of what the neighbors may think if they take their son out in public because he is different. This masterfully told story displays a mother and a father finally embracing a child with special needs and learning that their son’s handicap can be an asset in the home and entire community. The game plan of this fable focuses on accepting others who may appear physically different. Danny is an all-star because he exemplifies love, and he embraces his own individuality!
The third induction of Wixom’s relationship with eBooks2go, facilitated the procurement of “Dear Sophie” into digital format. Somewhat of a far cry from her previous titles, Tedi’s extensive imagination comes full circle in this romance thriller, set in a time prior to cell phones and the Internet.
Anne and John Olson live a humdrum, but secure life as parents of two youngsters in rural Utah. Anne, a stay-at-home mother, dreams of using her talents to be somebody, as in her college days when her friend Sophie had influenced her life. When a random driver with road rage turns homicidal, Anne’s life turns upside-down. She is left to confide in Sophie. After embracing Sophie’s advice through letter writing, Anne’s correspondence helps to reveal her true values only to discover an emerging fire and ice romance at home. Will she be able to seize the day?
Tedi Tuttle Wixom received her BA in English from Brigham Young University (BYU), with a previous minor focus on commercial art and design at Rick’s College (BYU-Idaho). She grew up in a family of musicians and artists, and has composed music since her high school days; she has even gained critical acclaim in some circles. The author won first place at the 2010 BYU-Idaho Spirit Week Music Contest for her entry, “Dancing Up a Dream”. She has served as the President of the League of Utah Writers: Oquirrh Chapter, is the mother of nine children, and enjoys telling stories and writing poetry that educates & inspires, motivates the child within, and instills goodness, humanity, and deeper thinking.
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