A Mother/Daughter Story of Triumph Over Adversity
Patti G. Fields
a word, Curtain Call could save your life or the life of your child!
Can't talk to your child about HIV/AIDS? Use Curtain Call as a
catalyst to open a dialogue.
Are you single? You know better,
but you roll the dice anyway. Read Curtain Call for self-empowerment.
Have you just been diagnosed HIV
positive? Read Curtain Call for inspiration and education.
Dee Dee is
23, a healthy, vivacious
actress, singer and dancer when she meets
and falls in love with Al during a nine-month national tour of Cinderella.
She doesn't smoke, drink or do drugs, and she was a virgin until 21. Eight
months into the tour, too sick to complete it, Dee Dee returns home.
Then life-long dreams of Broadway, love and marriage shatter when she is diagnosed
with AIDS. Dee Dee quickly develops a fierce
determination to save other lives by going public with her story.
Her message: "AIDS is a disease
you don't have to get. Wise up. If this happened to me, it could happen to
Patti Fields writes a rare thingan
intimate, eye-opening, myth-shattering family story that sheds new light on
HIV/AIDS and women. Once in awhile a book comes along that not only opens
your mind but leaves footprints on your heart.