Sara tries to run after the death of her husband.
She tries to run from the mystery of his unexplained death.
She tries to run from the pain it all brings.
The past catches up no matter how hard you try to run.
The letters show up in her mailbox with no address and no stamp. They force her to face the past no matter how much she would rather run. Learning to stand instead of giving in to the urge to run gives her the chance she needs to begin healing from that pain.
Sara teams up with the detective from her husband's original murder case to investigate the mysterious letters and the equally mysterious past of the man she thought she knew. Sometimes the only way to stop running is to turn around and face what is after you.
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About the Author
Her passion for helping others find a life of peace and joy have provided her with opportunities to share her own encouragement in words both written and spoken.
Kathryn says it best:
"My heart always leaned towards writing - but my grandmother warned me that authors were called "starving artists" for a reason. I ended up getting a degree in Leisure Services which is worse than being an artist in North Alabama (and the irony has NEVER been lost on me).
I returned to my first love in the fall of 2004 when I landed a regular column in a regional paper. Each year has provided a new step in the path to my passion. My goal is to find avenues to help others discover their own passions so that they can experience living life in peace and joy no matter what circumstances the world might throw their way."
Kathryn continues to write a regular column of good, positive and uplifting thoughts and inspirations.