New Book Offers Roadmap for Journey from Grief to New Life

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As nation grows older, author offers insight into challenges of losing a loved one

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'Journey of My Heart’ is much more than a memoir, it’s a story of how faith and determination can get you through anything.

The loss of a loved one - everybody faces it at some point in their life. And as our nation grows older, the realities of chronic disease and terminal illness will only become more visible and commonplace. So the question becomes, how to cope? “Journey of My Heart”, the new book from Mary Ann Sheveland, offers an answer to that question from an intimate, firsthand perspective.

“Journey of My Heart” is a memoir of one family’s experiences and struggles facing the terminal disease of a loved one. Follow Sheveland’s often difficult journey as a loving caregiver for her ailing husband, a rock for her family in difficult times, and eventually, an independent survivor determined to live her new life to the fullest.

“Journey of My Heart” is not only a story of love, determination and emotional courage; it’s a message to anyone struggling with the terminal illness of a loved one that they are not alone in their fight and that there is hope in the end.

“With this book, I hope to share my story with those who struggle with the same situations,” says Sheveland. “’Journey of My Heart’ is much more than a memoir, it’s a story of how faith and determination can get you through anything.”

Readers will find “Journey of My Heart” to be relatable and more importantly inspirational as they learn to emerge from grief and become, as Sheveland did, a survivor.

For more information, visit http://www.iuniverse.com.

“Journey of My Heart”
By Mary Ann Sheveland
ISBN: 978-1-4759-3786-2
Softcover, retail price: $21.95
Hardcover, retail price: $31.95
E-book price: $9.99

About the author
Mary Ann Sheveland grew up in a small, central Texas town and currently lives in east Texas. Her early love of music and mastery of the violin allowed her to play in the Austin, Las Vegas, and Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestras. She has two children, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

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