PRLog - Jul. 24, 2014 - BOISE, Idaho -- Take advantage of this opportunity to compare your experience in dealing with tragedy and loss with Cynthia's at the Hastings location in Meridian, Idaho. Relate to the harsh reality of life and death and seemingly futile attempts at finding peace in the face of grief and uncertainty. "I started this novel to help me deal with events and emotions happening during the search for my brother," said Cynthia Y. Fackrell, author of Gravity's Embrace. "The book has transformed me and I believe will help others who need to deal with personal loss and misfortune."
"Sometimes Goodbyes Lead To Hellos"
This true unsolved mystery surrounding the loss of an Alaskan pilot chronicles the desperate search and emotional turmoil faced by members of his family. Using personal journal entries from the pilot, her own experiences, and discovered facts allowed Cynthia to create a moving story entwined with emotion, suspense, and lingering mystery. A fine example of the triumph of the human spirit and a demonstration of how anyone can turn emotional darkness into a brilliant future. She is available for speaking engagements and personal interviews through her website http://www.GravitysEmbrace.com.
About Cynthia Y. Fackrell
As an accomplished artist and author Cynthia Fackrell examines the why's of life and celebrates her understanding using both pen and paint brush. She has lived a life dealing with death, losing her mother at age ten, plus the loss of numerous family members and friends. These experiences have taught her how to find joy within tragedy and provide a foundation to communicate these lessons to others. Her new book, Gravity's Embrace defines a personal path to learning appreciation for life in dealing with grief and uncertainty. It is available online and at various book outlets throughout the Pacific Northwest. View her website http://www.GravitysEmbrace.com for more information.