New Release: Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope

My newest release – Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope: A Book of Short Storieshas gone live on various Amazon sites. Only 99 cents US. Please, help boost up the early rankings by sharing through your social media networks and considering a purchase. Thanks in advance. I’m also, as always, hoping for a few reviews.

Final Cover  - Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope

Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope is a book that shamelessly tugs at the reader’s emotions. A compilation of thirteen redemption stories, these glittering gems break the heart open with themes of loss, helplessness, jolting change and mistaken paths. For the reader who is willing to carefully untangle the words, within each strand of story sorrow there are threads of hope to be found.

Francis Guenette, author of Disappearing in Plain Sight and The Light Never Lies, has joined her creative voice to four of her late mother’s unpublished short stories. She has combined these with her own work to produce a slim volume that strikes a chord of resonance with the human condition. These stories will stay with the reader long after the book is stored away on the shelf.

Thanks in advance for your support.

5 comments on “New Release: Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope

  1. What a wonderful project. I’ll bet it was insteresting to weave together your Mom’s writings with your own writing style.

    • I hope you’ll be able to get a copy and see how it was done 🙂 The process was most definitely interesting and emotional. So many memories of my mom and her writing life came back to me as I worked with her words. I gained a renewed respect for her style in the genre of the short story.

  2. Roy McCarthy says:

    Just finished reading an advance copy. Review to come but I can promise it is very good indeed and all for a measly 99c.

  3. P. C. Zick says:

    Congratulations, and I look forward to reading!

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