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Author Kittie Preas Koukalik was born in Texas and moved with her young husband, Terry, to the Bonita AZ area in 1973. In 1982, Terry started Preas Welding.
Together they raised one special needs child and both their son and daughter have epilepsy. Kittie’s life changed when she suddenly became widowed at age forty-nine.
Kittie has been a strong advocate for the Developmentally Disabled and served as a volunteer and Chairperson for 15 years, resigning only when her special needs granddaughter, Trinity, was born, after Terry's death.
Kittie has remarried to a retired law enforcement officer/34 year USAF Veteran (CMSgt). She and Tommy anxiously await their second granddaughter who is due around Christmas 2012.
When you purchase ‘How Can I Keep From Singing’ through Kittie, all proceeds go to offset the expense of banking the cord blood for baby Angela.
Thank you in advance for helping Kittie’s grand baby Angela through the purchase of this amazing book where Kittie is finally able to tell her story about the tragic death of her husband just shy of their 32nd Anniversary and the strength she had to muster as a woman thrust into running a welding business.
Autographed Books can be ordered directly from Kittie by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have had an exciting year. After getting out of my contract with Publish America, I had my book re-done by Cindy Bauer. It is now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. Very soon it will be available on Kindle. It is all new and improved formatting, with beautiful color photos!
My book trailer was awarded "Best Book Trailer" for Jan. 2013. I am very proud of that.
In addition to my good news, December 27, 2012, our new granddaughter, Angela Marie, made her entrance into…
In 2008 I was already writing my book "How Can I Keep From Singing". My former brother in law had a book published by Publish America. He told me they published more unpublished authors than any other publishing company. So when my book was completed I submitted it to PA. It was accepted. I was thrilled. Unfortunately, he never answered my questions regarding if he would use them again etc. The key word here being "former" brother in law, I think he wanted me to fail. I asked him how much…Continue