Ron Cooper, a newspaper journalist for 25 years, turned to full-time freelance editing and writing in 1997. He has ghostwritten and edited several memoirs, including one about a young stroke victim, a six-year cancer survivor, and a Fortune 1000 CEO.
Recently, Ron published his second book titled, “Fran’s Song: My Mother’s Triumph over Alzheimer’s” in tribute to his mother, Frances Cooper. Based on emails he sent to his family, “Fran’s Song” recounts his observations of her life in an Alzheimer’s ward. “Fran’s Song” is available at amazon.com as a Kindle eBook and in paperback.
“Fran’s Song” has been featured on the Dementia Action Alliance USA website and in the August 2016 edition of Teepa Snow’s Online Dementia Journal. Ron was also selected by his peers as one of the outstanding #AlzAuthors for excellence in writing about Alzheimer’s/dementia.
Ron’s first book, “Heart Happy: 50 Stories, Poems and Whimsical Writings to Inspire You!,” was released in 2011. “Heart Happy” is an inspirational collection of simple acts of kindness and expressions of goodwill from grocery checkout lane to a busy highway. The eBook is available in the Kindle store.