RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) April 24, 2018
Holly Springer concludes her life story with the release of her third book, “Waiting for Grace” (published by Lulu). Chronicling her personal journey to rebuild a life after a brain aneurysm, the author elects to put things behind and move forward by sharing the lessons she learned throughout her life.
Readers get a glimpse of the Springer’s world as she navigates through life along with a complex series of “friends.” In this novel, the author introduces Hank, her undamaged left side of the brain, and Grace, her damaged right side of the brain. The book relates how Springer lives with traumatic brain injury, revealing her daily routine and unwillingness to give up.
Equally candid and reflective, “Waiting for Grace” tells a story of triumph over difficult challenges. Through her journey, Springer hopes to use her words as solace to anyone facing adversaries.
“There will be many things to count during your life—just don’t count yourself out,” the author adds.
About the Author
Holly Springer has suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm in May of 2001. For the past 16 years, she has overcome various trials concerning her health. Following her journey with traumatic brain injury, she has published three books titled “Hello Tomorrow-I’m Still Here,” “Hello Tomorrow-I’m Still Here” and Waiting for Grace.”
At the age of 69, Springer is retired and lives a happy life.
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