Eleanor Gaccetta’s memoir “One Caregiver’s Journey” will make the rounds at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

The book is one of the titles that booklovers should not miss at Los Angeles’ premier book festival.

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Don’t miss the exhibit of Eleanor Gaccetta’s memoir “One Caregiver’s Journey” at the 2022 L.A. Times Festival of Books.

A more colorful and exciting Los Angeles Times Festival of Books awaits booklovers and fairgoers on April 23-24, 2022, on the USC Campus. Thousands of titles will be exhibited at the festival, and one book that booklovers should check out is the caregiving memoir “One Caregiver’s Journey” (BookBaby; 2019) by Eleanor Gaccetta.


Gaccetta’s “One Caregiver’s Journey” will be publicly displayed at the exhibit that self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet will hold at the 2022 L.A. Times Festival of Books.


“One Caregiver’s Journey” is a must-read for anyone who is a caregiver or anticipating becoming one. The book was written over 9 1/2 years through which the author cared for her mother full-time after the latter broke her him at the age of 93 and began to show worsening signs of dementia and other age-related health issues. The book is a journal snapshot into the realities, changes, and challenges of being a caregiver. 


Written with faith, humor, and love, “One Caregiver’s Journey” will have readers laughing out loud and then reaching out for a tissue next.


Purchase a copy of Eleanor Gaccetta’s “One Caregiver’s Journey” today through the author’s website https://www.onecaregiversjourney.com/


Her second book, “Generations of Good Food,” a cookbook published under ReadersMagnet is also available on her website.


One Caregiver’s Journey

Author | Eleanor Gaccetta

Publisher | BookBaby

Published date | March 28, 2019

Paperback | $12.51


About the Author

Eleanor is a Colorado native who grew up on a small farm just outside the city of Denver. After graduating high school, she worked for the State of Colorado for 31 ½ years serving her last 7 years as a legislative analyst for the Department of Human Services. During this time, she endeavored to obtain both a Bachelor’s and Master’ Degree from Regis University.  After leaving the State of Colorado she worked for the City and County of Broomfield as a policy analyst for 7 years and then returned to the State of Colorado as a private contractor. She was forced to retire from nearly 40 years as a professional employee when her mother fell and broke her hip at the age of 93. Armed with faith, humor and love she was able to navigate a caregiving journey for the next 9 ½ years. She currently lives in a suburb west of Denver and enjoys cooking, gardening and spending time with family and friends. She is also the author of Generations of Good Food.