It tells of my life just as it was, without need for sensationalism or bending facts to make them more interesting
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Cynthia Redfern’s new memoir “Seasons of the Soul: A Memoir” (published by iUniverse), now enjoying a renewed marketing effort, is about how she first lost, and then found, her sense of identity after her husband’s death. "This book is my life," she says, "the results of paths taken or not taken."
Full of vivid detail, “Seasons of the Soul” shares Redfern’s unusual life story. It illustrates Redfern’s determination to keep her integrity intact despite life’s many challenges. In a conversational style, she relates her childhood, remembering her grandfather, the boy she befriended at age 6 – a friendship that lasted 64 years – and the house she lived in for nearly 20 years.
An excerpt from “Seasons of the Soul”:
“The baby pig came running out of the bathroom and immediately jumped onto the started social worker’s lap. David made a grab for the pig, I threw my arms up in despair and the children all laughed hysterically.”
Redfern knows the appeal of her book will be its authenticity. “It is completely uncontrived,” she says. “It tells of my life just as it was, without need for sensationalism or bending facts to make them more interesting.”
“Seasons of the Soul”
By Cynthia Redfern
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 318 pages | ISBN 9781475956351
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 318 pages | ISBN 9781475956344
E-Book | 318 pages | ISBN 9781475956368
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cynthia Redfern lives in Calgary, Alberta, with her animal companions. A mother and grandmother, she is retired and enjoys traveling and helping children. More information can be found at http://www.ladyauthor.ca.
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