Remember Me

Following her earlier memoir Hi, my name is Mary Ann, in raw emotional language Barrucco reminisces about the events that occur after her husband Eddie's transplant.
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What happens when you lose your beloved husband who only a couple of years before received a heart transplant? You go crazy, that’s what – you grieve, curse, and somehow, through the love of those around you – you come out on top. This is the story of Mary Ann Barrucco.
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Starting to read the second book by Mary Ann Barrucco, the tears came back to my eyes. How can she cope with all that that was throwing at her in her life, she thought it would be normal as ever? One good thing, her husband became sober, but then he got a heart disease and needed a new heart, a heart transplant. All went well and their love just blossomed. Only to be taken away from her again through cancer. And still Mary Ann was so dedicated to her husband. No one should go through all these things Mary Ann went through. As she said with her own words, “Life must go on.” As I said in my review for her first book, “My name is Mary Ann” I say it again, what a strong woman she is to cope with all that. As she said again to herself: “Mary Ann, life is what it is. So just accept it and be happy.” Mary Ann, we will remember you. Awesome girl

-- Gigi Sedlmayer, Book Excellence Award Finalist winning author of the Talon series

Mary Ann Barrucco (Author)

Mary Ann Barrucco is a average middle age, middle class Italian American woman born and bred in Bensonhurst Brooklym After she married her husband Eddie They moved to Bay Ridge Brooklyn, Mary Ann attended and graduated Lafayette High School. Her mother passed away 2 days later from pancreatic cancer. A few months later Mary Ann met her husband Eddie. After three years of dating they married. Mary Ann had the wedding of her dreams and was looking foward to her new life Mary Ann and her husband Eddie both worked for New York City Department of Finance. Mary Ann’s dream for the future became a nightmare when her new husband’s drinking addition went spiraling out of control with no intent of stopping, Her mounting feelings of helpleness led her to ALANON where she learnt the full impact of the disease and how her angry outburst contributed to his weakness and made her victim and victmizer. Her struggles continued when Mary Ann escaped by becoming a compulsive gambling. The icing on the cake is when Eddie got sick with a heart disease and he needed a heart transplant or he would die. Mary Ann has shown sich courage and strength throughtout this ordeal. She is one of the longest member of Gamblers Anonymous in the New York Area of twenty two years. She was also nominated Who’s Who of American Woman in 2004 I wrote Hi, my name is Mary Ann because I wanted to heve readers know there is always hope. Mary Ann will be publishing ‘REMEMBER ME’ a sequel to Hi, my name is Mary Ann soon.

Following her earlier memoir Hi, my name is Mary Ann, in raw emotional language Barrucco reminisces about the events that occur after her husband Eddie's transplant.

Dear Reader, author’s recently published book “Remember Me” is now available on leading bookstores, get your copy now and help the author by writing a review of the book.
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