A Sundog Moment: A Novel of Hope by Sharon Baldacci
About the book
A middle-aged couple who has had an easy and happy life, goals met and exceeded, and life is very, very good. Then the wife, Elizabeth, is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and everything changes: the couple will be challenged in their love for each other, and their extended family will also have to change.
- 358 pages
- Published February 2006
About the author
Sharon Baldacci received a degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in mass communications. She worked part-time as a state correspondent for a daily newspaper, covering two rural counties to build up writing clips that finally landed me a full-time job on a small county weekly as an education and features writer.
Sharon was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and by 1985 could no longer work full time. She did freelance writing for various regional publications, but by 1994, that also was too exhausting.
After her brother, David Baldacci, began selling bestselling novels, Sharon started writing fiction, because "there has always been a need to write, to communicate." Sharon lives in Virginia.