Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Rosalie Koehler and her inspiring work

Meet Homegrown Wisconsin author Rosalie Koehler and her inspiring story!

Rosalie has enjoyed writing poems and stories since grade school. She has taken part in several Red Bird / Red Oak writing roundtables and is a member of the Wisconsin Regional Writers Association. She is also a piano teacher and writes songs and lyrics.

Rosalie lives in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin with her husband, Steve. They have four grown children and seven grandchildren.

About the Book:


This is the compelling true story of Rosalie Koehler’s venture to Bangladesh in 2001 to visit her daughter, Amanda, a Peace Corps volunteer. It gives you an idea of Amanda’s life there and details a terrifying event, resulting in their unexpected evacuation and return to the United States during the September 11th terrorist attacks. This was a journey of self-discovery for both mother and daughter, which required resilience of spirit, a positive approach to life and the importance of listening to God’s voice.
 Printed copies can be ordered directly from Rosalie Koehler at this email address: for $12.00 plus $2.50 shipping. She will accept paypal or will advise mailing instructions for personal checks.

Rosalie was motivated to write and publish this memoir as a result of her journey to Bangladesh to visit her daughter, Amanda. With Amanda as her inspiration, Rosalie shares her story to inspire believers and unbelievers to have courage in adversity and joy in serving others.

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