HUMBOLDT, Iowa, Feb. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Tim Heller, a licensed master-level social worker; and Savannah Heller, a great mother and wife; have completed their new book "Diary of a Dying Woman": a poignant account that presents the unconditional love that Tim and his wife, Savannah, had shared. Tim was on a self-destructive path and Savannah was the one who helped him build up his self-esteem again. It was a beautiful love with the Lord at the center of it; a love that was deeply tested when Savannah got diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension and heart failure.
"Have you ever wondered what dying feels like? This is a tragic love story. It is a true story. However, more importantly, it is a story about love, commitment, and faith in God. Tim and Savannah Heller were a happy couple in the prime of their lives. The couple had raised children together, worked hard together, and had started enjoying a golden era in both their lives. Then Savannah started getting sick, and eventually she was informed that she had a terminal illness, and she only had one to two years to live. Imagine the shock. Imagine how one would take that news. Fortunately, Savannah started journaling daily throughout the disease progression. The couple decided to write a book about their experience in an effort to help those others and families going through a terminal disease. As you read her journal entries, you will gain insight of her physical decline and her emotional and mental battles she faced.
The story takes you through the trials and tribulations of a couple and family dealing with a terminal illness, but more importantly, it is story of love and hope and beauty—everything Savannah was. One of the couple's strongest beliefs was the idea that the greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return. If people can understand this message from this story, then Tim would feel that he has honored Savannah."
Published by Page Publishing, Tim and Savannah Heller's heart-rending tale is Tim's way of honoring the woman that Savannah was. The diary entries written by Savannah herself showed how her faith remained strong despite the trials and tribulations.
This is a read that is tragically beautiful.
Readers who wish to experience this emotional work can purchase "Diary of a Dying Woman" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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