Time & Location
Jan 26, 2022, 2:00 PM – 4:40 PM
Elliott Museum, 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996, USA
About the Event
Jennifer Collins, Author
Jennifer Collins's debut novel emerged from the author's own devastating experiences. While dealing with her grief, she found comfort from signs in nature that reminded her of her lost loved ones and unexpected solace from communicating with psychics." A desire to make her experiences openly spoken of became a compelling force for her writing, bringing a seldom-heard voice to fiction. Perhaps others with loss will find comfort in making similar connections. Narrated in the first-person, the main character invites the reader into her life. Larissa Whitcomb flounders in the wake of unimaginable losses. Forget about coping; she can barely function. Her former commitment to work evaporates as she isolates herself from all but her closest friends. Aware, however, of the dangers of this bleak existence, she reluctantly agrees to travel for a unique business opportunity. It becomes Larissa's journey of grieving yet moving forward. She will be challenged by unique encounters with strangers, confronted by emerging secrets and emotions, then startled to find joy in the most unexpected places. Can her battered heart open to new possibilities of joy and gratitude?
Discover how she navigated these life challenges by reading the book and meeting Jennifer at the Elliott Museum on January 26. You will have an opportunity to hear Jennifer's story and share your own story. Signed books will be available to purchase.
For more information: call Deena Rahill at 786-488-7782
Open to the public: please register at www.soundvibration.net
Purchase your book in advance: www.wordsinthewingspress.com
or on Amazon
Follow Jennifer on Instagram: wordsinthewings
Perhaps the butterfly is the proof you can go through a great deal of darkness and still become something beautiful