Crosby’s book outlines her struggle
Linda Crosby and her husband, Roy, have written a book which chronicles her struggle after a tragic accident. It is the moving true story of Crosby, who was left permanently and totally disabled, and Roy Crosby, her devoted husband and caregiver. “The Day My Life Changed: (An Accident Survivor) offers a glimpse into the lives of an everyday couple, whose love endured and thrived, even in the most impossible odds.
Crosby’s vehicle was hit by another vehicle on October 24th, 2001, and she has been completely disabled since. Her memoir offers more than just an in-depth look into the life and the daily struggles encountered by someone with disabilities; speaking the truth on every page, she details the transition period from being who she was to becoming who she is and the heartbreak that can come with acceptance of such momentous adjustments.
To those navigating life’s changing challenges, Crosby also offers a message of hope,”Life goes on and is still beautiful and God is on your side.”
Crosby is God-fearing, a wife, stepmother, sister, aunt, a friend, and a U.S. Army Veteran. She is a lover of religious programs, classic black-and-white movies and biographies of classic movie stars from the “Old Hollywood” era. A proud country girl, she lives in the South with her husband, Roy, and their furbaby Bella. She is President of the Pastor’s Aid Ministry at her church.
On December 16th, Crosby will appear on Carolina A.M. on WFXB-TV at 9 a.m.
To order her book, please contact Dorrance Publishing Company, 1-800-788-7654, or visit their website www.dorrancebookstore.com