When your life falls apart—through a death, a lost relationship, a diagnosis—you want more than anything to know that your pain has a purpose. And that beyond your pain, a new day awaits.
Tricia Lott Williford discovered this in a few tragic hours when her thirty-five-year-old husband died unexpectedly. In And Life Comes Back, she writes with soaring prose about her tender, brave journey as a widow with two young boys in the agonizing days and months that followed his death.
And Life Comes Back documents the tenacity of love, the exquisite transience of each moment, and the laughter that comes even in loss. This traveler’s guide to finding new life after setbacks offers no easy answers or glib spiritual maxims but instead draws you into your own story and the hope [ … ]
Award-winning uthor Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new novel, What Once Was Lost, is highlighted in USATODAY.com’s Inspiration for the day: New romance releases article.
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The Widow of Saunders Creek, by Tracey Bateman, was featured on USA Today’s “Happily Ever After” blog. Go here to read why this book is “fresh, compelling, romantic and a little bit scary.” The book was also reviewed on BookReporter.com, available here.
Wildflowers from Winter, the debut novel by author Katie Ganshert, received 4 Stars from Night Owl Reviews! “Wildflowers from Winter broke my heart, and stomped on my emotions. I laughed, I cried, and in the end I loved.” Click here to read why!