Tales2Inspire Winning Author
Grandmother to five boys, Charlotte Snead and her husband have made their twenty acre home-site in rural West Virginia “Almost Heaven” for little boys, complete with swimming pool, tree house and a magical train layout. Charlotte’s husband, an orthopedic surgeon who keeps failing retirement at age 73 has cut back his work schedule to three days a week so that together they can visit those precious boys, ranging in age from 19 years to a few months.
Charlotte published her first book, His Brother’s Wife, in October, 2012 and A Place to Live in September, 2016 with Jan Carol Publishing. She is contracted for four more books in a “The Hope House Girls” series, stories about five girls who share a season in a maternity home and become friends for life. Charlotte draws from her experiences as a pro-life leader and a mentor mom for Mothers of Preschoolers to write inspirational fiction placing romance in marriage, where it was meant to flourish.
Visit her blog at: charlottesnead.com
In her story, Becoming Grandmother . . . Again, Charlot makes us feel just how magical it is to become a grandmother. Sometimes you see the tiny replica of your children, sometimes a mixture of both their parents, and occasionally a special child that comes from someone else. Adopting a child from another nation brings unique challenges, including differences in physical appearance and language. The Snead family welcomed this bright-eyed Korean boy, and once he arrived, he danced his way into their hearts, melting away all concerns.
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