Hunter Darden Re-Releases Well-Known Book, Tapestry
Darden's book, Tapestry, follows Olivia and her personal journey of self-discovery through a lifetime of grief resolution. Throughout her life, she lost her big brother, her father, and her sister. She begins to view love as a painful emotion and wavers on the precipice between doubt and faith. Olivia becomes disillusioned with God as she fights to understand God's presumed goodness, and she loses faith in the concept of prayer. Will Olivia's faith in God be restored?
Psychologist, Dr. Robert R. Shelton, from Pitt Memorial Hospital in Greenville, North Carolina calls the book, "A tale of loss and healing that invites the reader to travel with the main character and experience redemption. Readers who have lost loved ones and questioned God's presence in the process will find comfort here."
Recognized by Writer's Digest Magazine as, "The perfect gift book for anyone suffering the loss of a loved one. The rules she invents to guide herself back to emotional health are filled with common sense and deliberate in reaching out to others. Her journal entries, cries from her wounded heart, are balanced by the narrative she tells. The ending is comforting and positive."
Hunter Darden, author of The Everlasting Snowman, Pete's Angel, Milliseconds of Joy, and The "Reel" Thing, is a graduate of Meredith College, where she received her B.A. in psychology. She currently resides in Statesville, North Carolina.
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