Kathleen H. Wheeler is a child of divorce and Alzheimer’s disease called to tell a tale. She writes stories that sing because she cannot, and her work has been featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul, newspaper, trade, and academic publications. A graduate of the University of Illinois, she has wordsmithed as a marketing communications professional for ad agencies and corporations since Nike first coined the slogan “Just Do It.” Wheeler is a self-professed music enthusiast and lifelong fan of a British musician known by a one-syllable nickname. Along with her husband and two children, she calls the Land of Lincoln home. Brought To Our Senses is her first novel.
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Five Fun Facts About Kathleen H. Wheeler
- Her belly laugh sounds like the Wicked Witch of the East.
- Colleagues insist she bears a striking resemblance to Little Debbie of snack cake fame.
- While music brings her the utmost joy, her singing brings others the utmost agony.
- Although in an accident on the Screamin’ Eagle as a child, she still loves the thrill of roller coaster rides.
- Every year to celebrate her birthday she either reads or watches Pride and Prejudice.