Testimonial

Flora Purvis performs a place entitled Mama’s Boy in which she tells of what it was like to have her son die of AIDS. At the break between shows, I am introduced to a woman who is the real Mama; she lost her son to AIDS in February and drove in from the mid-cities by herself to see this show. Her memories of him return so strongly that she breaks down and cries. We all comfort her. She gains her composure, tells us she is writing a book about her son, smiles and walks out into the night. As I watch the door close behind her, it was my turn to cry.

Craig Hess

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Don Wilcox
August 11, 2017

I have just finished the novel “Ultimate Love” by Kitty Caley, and wanted to share my thoughts on it. You’re probably aware that it chronicles the life of Kitty’s son, Brandon “Chip” Williamson, as seen

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Esther Norton

Ultimate Love by Kitty Caley is a true story, a story of a son and his mother who had such a bond since Chip was born and it continued throughout his life. Kitty’s support and

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Kerri Cragun

I had the privilege of reading Kitty’s book shortly after getting to know her. I was impressed with the tenderness, which she spoke of her son and their relationship from his birth thru his passing.

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