After Coming Together by Chance, an Author and Narrator Team Up to Promote Infant Loss Awareness

After Coming Together by Chance, Author EC Stilson and Narrator Alexandra G. Haag Team Up to Promote Infant Loss Awareness

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"The Golden Sky" is now an audiobook.

As time passed, Stilson learned that Haag's daughter lived to be the same age as Stilson's son. But the coincidences didn't stop there. Stilson herself was born only a few weeks before Haag had found out she was pregnant with her own angel baby.

(PRWEB) June 21, 2013

When narrator Alexandra G. Haag initially auditioned to be the voice of EC Stilson's memoir "The Golden Sky" neither one of them knew quite how much they had in common, or how impacting this project would become. The audiobook was released in June 2013, and is already receiving wonderful reviews from expectant fans. "I think this project will do quite well," says Janie Goltz, an editor at Wayman Publishing, "not only because the book is so touching, but because of the purpose behind it—to help others."

In a recent interview, author EC Stilson confessed that while listening to the first few pages of Haag's narration, she felt compelled, wondering what Haag had gone through to convey such emotion. "'The Golden Sky' is very close to my heart," says Stilson. "It details the hardest time of my life, when my infant son was born with birth defects and later passed away." Although Stilson says she feels that Haag was "destined" to produce her memoir, at first she had no idea that Haag herself had lost a child.

As time passed, Stilson learned that Haag's daughter lived to be the same age as Stilson's son. But the coincidences didn't stop there. Stilson herself was born only a few weeks before Haag had found out she was pregnant with her own angel baby. "I've often thought about the timing of Elisa's experience and my own," says Haag. And it truly is amazing that not only have these two women both gone through so much, but now they're reaching out through this project, trying to help others going through similar circumstances.

Since 2011, when the paperback and e-versions of "The Golden Sky" were initially released, a percentage of the profit has been donated to organizations such as Angel Watch, the Pregnancy Resource Center and Primary Children's Hospital. Stilson says the audiobook will be no exception. "Alexandra Haag and I are in complete agreement. We want this book to help other people. By giving them hope and the courage to make it through, maybe they'll realize that at the end of every storm there is a golden sky."

To listen to an excerpt of the newly release audio version of "The Golden Sky" or to buy the complete audiobook, please visit the following link: http://www.amazon.com/The-Golden-Sky/dp/B00DHTQ55A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371705822&sr=8-1&keywords=the+golden+sky+audiobook

To learn more about narrator Alexandra G. Haag, please visit her site: http://www.alexandrasvoice.com.

To interview narrator Alexandra G. Haag or author EC Stilson please contact: editors(at)waymanpublishing(dot)com.