New Release is 13th Title in Series Showcasing Human Resiliency Stories

Book Highlights Understanding in the Aftermath of Kidnapping and Homicide
"Stunning . . . "
"Stunning . . . "
SEATTLE - July 1, 2016 - PRLog -- The Grief Diaries book series released its 13th title, Grief Diaries: Surviving Loss by Homicide. Featuring personal narratives by writers who offer candid accounts of their own tragedies, Surviving Loss by Homicide serves to play a vital role in promoting understanding in the aftermath of kidnapping and murder. Each book in the series highlights the power of human resiliency and also serves to surround readers who share the same journey with comfort and hope.

"STUNNING . . . Delving into the deepest recesses of the heartbroken, the reader easily identifies with the diverse collection of stories and richly colored threads of profound love that create a stunning read full of comfort and hope." - DR. GLORIA HORSLEY, President, Open to Hope Foundation

Created in 2015 by bereaved mother Lynda Cheldelin Fell, an award-winning and international bestselling author, the series features stories narrated by more than 350 writers from around the world. More than 30 titles are due out by the end of 2016.

"MOVING . . . In Grief Diaries, the stories are not only moving but often provide a rich background for anyone to find a gem of insight that can be used in coping with loss. Reread each story with pen in hand and you will find many that are just right for you." - DR. LOUIS LAGRAND, Author of Healing Grief, Finding Peace


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