Kristin Horvath Revives the Lost Art of a Written Letter in Book

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‘From Heart to Hand’ presents compilation of letters of gratitude

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Kristin Horvath marks her debut in the literary limelight with the release of “From Heart to Hand” (published by Balboa Press), a poignant compilation of letters of gratitude she has written over the years. First released in July of 2016, this book aims to revive “the lost art of a written letter.”

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Horvath has always had the love for writing. In “From Heart to Hand,” she presents her letters written to special people who have shaped her through her life journey, “to let them know and thank them for the help or inspiration they gave me.”

Candid and compelling, the book reminds readers to live a life filled with gratitude and kindness, and urges them to experience “something so wonderful that happens when you sit down and write a letter.”

“If you enjoy love, laughter, and sentimental stories, you will enjoy sinking your teeth into this work, and you might end up writing a letter to someone you have been meaning to catch up with,” Horvath says.

Reviews for “From Heart to Hand” read:
“Coming across letters while out pickin’ is always a personal experience for me. I love the look of aged paper, the hand-writing style, and effort it took to write and send. After reading ‘From Heart to Hand’ you’ll want to get out the pen and pad and send a letter from your neighborhood post office.” - Mike Wolfe, creator and star of “American Pickers,” author, “Kid Pickers: How to Turn Junk Into Treasure”

“I stood beside my friend and mentor Dr. Wayne Dyer on stages across the country as he said the words that now echo through my days: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. ‘From Heart to Hand’ delivers this, one of our most needed and too often unsaid messages: gratitude.” - Alex Woodard, critically-acclaimed musician, producer and author of “For the Sender: Love Letters from Vietnam,” “For the Sender: Love Is (Not a Feeling)” and “For the Sender: Four Letters. Twelve Songs. One Story.”

“From Heart to Hand”
By Kristin Horvath
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504358668
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504358675
E-Book | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504358699
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Born and raised and having lived most of her life in the suburbs of Detroit, Kristin Horvath now resides in Nashville. She is a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy and a former human resources manager. In 2006, Horvath decided to return to college and pursue her passion for cooking and became a chef. As a single mother to her only son Christopher, Horvath finds it important to instill in him and others “to do what you love, stay positive, and be grateful along the way, then everything will fall into place.”

Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, Inc. – a leading provider in publishing products that specialize in self-help and the mind, body, and spirit genres. Through an alliance with indie book publishing leader Author Solutions, LLC, authors benefit from the leadership of Hay House Publishing and the speed-to-market advantages of the self-publishing model. For more information, visit To start publishing your book with Balboa Press, call 877-407-4847 today. For the latest, follow @balboapress on Twitter.

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