Press release for Wildflowers by E. M. Duesel


Wildflowers, First Edition, by E. M. Duesel now available on

Fort Wayne, IN (July 23, 2020) – Wildflowers, the first edition, by E. M. Duesel, is now available for purchase by Kindle Direct Publishing on The book, paperback (KDP, $16.95); eBook available on Barnes & Noble ($5.99), and on ($5.99).

In true E. M. Duesel fashion, Wildflowers is the result of two years of social research. The plot reflects stories told to her through observations, focus groups, and interviews with people who suffer from ADHD to depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. She has included the latest psychological research, but also explores the positive effects an outdoor classroom might have on this population of students.

Wildflowers is an eye-opening story about a Colorado high school and its challenged students due to mental illness. But before the school system hands these students over to an unsympathetic administrator with problems of his own, a progressive teacher by the name of Frankie Cedric introduces a class design that changes everything. Unexpected danger from an unstable madman stalks her and puts her outdoor classroom at risk. Even as the threat of harm looms over them, the students and staff turn conventional learning upside-down and have a great time doing it. The students’ social behavioral disorders become their strengths and they learn how to love and understand their unique way of learning.

Duesel is truly a great storyteller: with descriptive and honest writing, she’s able to create an incredibly engaging and informative narrative through diverse and well-developed characters.”

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  1. Frank Duesel

    My name is Frank Duesel. For obvious reasons, I am intrigued by the author’s (unusual) last name. I wonder if there’s a connection…

    My grandfather had the same name as I. He spent most of his life in Worcester, MA.

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