What I Gave to the Fire: My search for meaning after miscarriage

What I Gave to the Fire: My search for meaning after miscarriage


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What I Gave to the Fire: My search for meaning after miscarriage by Kim Flowers Evans

What I Gave to the Fire breaks the barrier of silence surrounding miscarriage, a common yet rarely talked about experience in the lives of many women. An intimate account of the emotional and spiritual fallout from the author's second miscarriage, the story weaves a detailed narrative of her courageous inner journey to express unspoken feelings, memorialize invisible loss, and recover her shattered faith. She turns to writing as a tool for healing, which evolves into a form of prayer that helps her face the difficult decision of trying to conceive again. Profound inner shifts lead to remarkable transformation as she encounters new landscapes which inspire her to reclaim her fertile, creative energies. A blend of memoir, journal entries, and written prayers, this story takes the reader by the hand, offering companionship, compassion, and hope to those who feel alone in their grief over the loss of miscarriage.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505400465
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/30/2015
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Kim Flowers Evans is a writer, graphic artist, creativity coach, and writing facilitator. Kim was a community columnist for the Herald-Times newspaper and her award-winning essays have appeared in The Moment I Knew: Reflections From Women on Life's Turning Points and Women with Wings. She is the owner of Kim Evans Studio, a design and coaching firm serving small business, corporate, and international clients. As a Kaizen-Muse™ creativity coach, Kim works with writers, artists, and business creators desiring joyful expansion in their creative lives. She also serves on the faculty of Women Writing for (a) Change® Bloomington, an arts-education nonprofit dedicated to the process of writing as a tool for creative transformation. Kim lives with her husband and daughter in Bloomington, Indiana.
Learn more about Kim at www.kimevanstudio.com.

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