Helen Roberts Thomas, author of "In the Valley of the Yangtze: Stories From an American Childhood in China", was featured by Ken Mammarella in the Delaware News Journal.
Mammarella writes: "Helen Roberts Thomas hid much of her childhood from her friends, neighbors and even her family until, at 90, she decided to write her memoirs. And she teared up doing so".
"I cried a lot when I wrote it. There were times when I was so lonely, and it left me nervous," she says. But yet she advises: Everybody who is old should write a biography to achieve closure for a full life.
Read the full article here.