Long Island Author Releases Touching Debut Novel
Christie Leigh Babirad's first book is an emotionally rich story of love and forgiveness.
By: TouchPoint Press
"I feel that this story could connect with high school age young women and stretch to women in their 20s, 30s, and beyond. I feel this appeal will come from the story's honesty and fearless approach in addressing subjects that touch on the vulnerable. This story could be deeply comforting to anyone who has ever been confronted with relationships that aren't so easily resolved or leave you questioning their significance in your own life," says author, Christie Leigh Babirad.
While Babirad's debut novel has wide readership potential, it will appeal to fans of Sisterhood Everlasting by Ann Brashares, Between the Tides by Patti Callahan Henry, and Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks. "I feel that As the Winds Change differentiates itself largely because of its vulnerability that can reach a large readership. I also believe that As the Winds Change is unique because the story addresses faith and belief in a way that, above everything else, comforts naturally rather than overtly," Babirad adds.
If you were given one more chance to talk with someone who passed away, what would you do? What would you say? When April Miller's estranged childhood best friend, Johnny, is killed in a car accident, April is confronted with his spirit as she's heading to work one day, making the phrase, "It's never too late," all the more poignant
As the Winds Change
Author: Christie Leigh Babirad
Publication Date: February 5, 2019
eBook, List $4.99
6x9 Trade Paper, 191 pages, List: $14.99
Fiction / New Adult
About Christie Leigh Babirad
Christie Leigh Babirad lives on Long Island with her Jack Russell Terrier, Alistair. She holds a BA in Communications from Dowling College, NY, and her writings have been published in numerous magazines. View clips at pinterest.com/
TouchPoint Press (http://www.touchpointpress.com) is a traditional royalty paying publisher of fiction and nonfiction. TouchPoint Press is proud to work with talented authors whose works have received or were nominated for several awards.
For more information about As the Winds Change or to schedule an interview with the author, contact Ashley Carlson (Deputy Publisher, Media Liaison) at 662-595-4162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ashley Carlson, Media Liaison