Love Ya, Mom

An Inspirational Salute to My Mother, Madeline Chinn Naas, 1929–2001

by David W. Brower


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Softcover
$14.99
Hardcover
$33.95
E-Book
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/29/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665700672
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665700665
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665700689

About the Book

Madeline Chinn Naas was born with a zest for life and for a love of adventure, but at the end of the day it was family that was really the most important part of her life.

In late 1928, her family lost their sheep ranch in Utah while The Great Depression was in full swing. Knowing there were opportunities to survive elsewhere, her Dad and her 6 brothers piled into the car and moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Left behind was her Mother and her 4 sisters. Her Mom drove a horse drawn wagon the 500 miles, with the girls, to join the family. Madeline was still in still in her mother’s belly during this journey. She’d be born January 11, 1929.

David W. Brower pays tribute to his mom in this book, tracing her upbringing as well as her inspiring battle with esophageal cancer and leukemia. He also looks back his mom’s family, her husband’s, and her 6 brothers and 5 sisters, specifically her sister Leda. David also shares his vulnerability when talking about his relationships with his wives, his children, his friends, and even his employers.

In sharing his story, he explores his thoughts about prayer and faith, specifically by giving examples of how God “works all things for good.”(Romans 8-28) As a longtime cancer survivor, he also talks about how health issues affect someone’s loved ones.

Join the author as he celebrates the unconditional love between a mom and her son and reveals how he helped his mom pass with grace, love, and dignity.


About the Author

David W. Brower was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to Lenis and Madeline Brower. An only child, he grew up an introvert with not many interests and very few friends. In high school, he excelled in typing and music and not much else. In his junior year, his English teacher turned on his creative juices by assigning him to write a paper with the title “Why Is a Mouse When It Spins?” He got a B+ and was forever on a creative bent from that moment on. He had a 28-year radio career writing thousands of commercials. He spent over 6 years in the corporate world running the branch office of an ad agency for the 8th largest automotive group in the country. Currently he has been a full-time voice actor since 2008. He has over 500 clients in 85+ countries and has recorded several audiobooks. He is single and lives with his dog, Maddie, in Palm Bay, FL