Below are the books Wolter has published with Outskirts Press.
The Caregiver’s Story: A Memoir of Struggle and Survival
Does God allow us to go through difficult times so that we may grow?
This story is about a family’s struggle of caring for an aging parent suffering from Dementia.
“My desire is that in the reading of my caregiver’s story you will understand my survival of personal struggles. Perhaps by reading this book you will understand my world, and it will give you encouragement to survive your own.” — Vada M. Wolter
Martha Daniels worked hard on the sharecropper’s farm, hating the grueling work and dreaming of leaving. Wanting more from life, she found it after the town’s local hotel hired her—she met Joe. After three short years, she returned to the farm she hated and bickering parents. Her husband’s unforeseen accident on an oil rig changed their lives and that of their infant son, Johnny. Long Road Home’s Little Boy Lost is a story of Johnny Daniels, a painfully-shy, poverty-stricken country boy who is emotionally and verbally abused, and lied to by those he loves the most.
A treasure of short stories that will last a lifetime, Treasured Memories includes short stories that reflect memories of childhood, the ’50s, love, faith, special men and many memorable moments.
Just imagine sitting on the porch of a country home listening to someone telling a story as the stars glitter in the sky, fireflies glow and an owl hoots in a nearby tree.
Rockin’ Chair Cowboys brings back some of that flavor and spirit of the past, blending in a few recent stories and some recipes to whet the appetite and fill the tummy.
Rekindle the Spirit of Love in Your Heart
Ribbons and Roses is a collection of heartwarming poetry and prose that carry deep emotion and affection that tug at the heart. A sprinkling of God’s Word is scattered throughout, much like the delicate fragrance of potpourri. This heartfelt collection will help readers to revisit time-honored values, to remind them that their lives are a Christ-like fragrance rising up to God, and to encourage them to journal their thoughts and feelings on pages provided as they see God’s plan unfold in their lives.