Wauseon Whistle Stop: A Memoir
By: Martha Shull Praski
About the Book
Wauseon Whistle Stop: A Memoir is a vivid collection of vignettes that tells the story of coming to age in the 1940’s. Both humorous and serious, we follow the author from New York City to San Francisco as they struggle raising a family during war time. Told through poetry, prose and image, Wauseon Whistle Stop: A Memoir is a lucid portrait of American life for the greatest generation.
About the Author
Martha Shull Praski grew up in Wauseon, Ohio, where she married and raised a family. She was active in the Toledo based chapter of Mensa and worked as a critical care registered nurse at Toledo Hospital until moving to Indiana where she now resides. She lives with her husband, two cats, Betty and Boop, and two dogs, Katie Scarlet and Maggie. Writing has always been a creative and personal outlet for her.