Fairfield Woman Co-Author’s a New Book

charita-200x300Charita H. Cadenhead had a realization one day that she thinks of the word “hope” almost every day, sometimes several times a day. She began to wonder if it was a common experience for people to have a single word that meant as much to them as “hope” meant to her. The idea for a book was born. She reached out on Facebook for possible co-authors and received responses from people she didn’t even know, people all over the country.

The books is called 1 Word: Discover, Reflect, and Connect with Words That Can Transform Your Life. Thirteen co-authors contributed essays on the words that were most meaningful to them, writing about words such as curves, home, destiny, stillness, and trust. Books are available for pre-sale now and will be available in bookstores after the official release on November 12.

There will be a release party for the book on Saturday, November 12, at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Hoover from noon-4:00. Four of the authors will speak at the event, and several others will be on hand to sign books. Tickets for the event cost $20 and can be purchased from the book’s website: 1wordbook.com.

Cadenhead is a mother of one and grandmother of two. She currently serves as the President of the Forest Hills Neighborhood Association in Fairfield. In addition, she is the host of the Renew Refresh Reset Your Life TV podcast on Firetalk where she interviews people that have made significant changes in their lives. Her other publishing credits include Sell Your House Fast for the Right Price and I Am Woman: 21 Triumphant Women Sharing Their Journey to Embracing Truth and Their Authentic Self.

Author: mdavidhornbuckle

M. David Hornbuckle is the author of two books: Zen, Mississippi (a novel) and The Salvation of Billy Wayne Carter (short stories). He is also a musician and songwriter, as well as the founding editor of the literary magazine Steel Toe Review. He lives in Birmingham, Alabama.

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