Debra Danz-Solitario, former member of the American Women’s Club Writers Group, has a new “hot off the press” book, TWENTY-NINE FOOTFALLS.
In a shared insight, Debra noted, “the purpose of this book is threefold: first to immortalize my late husband, Tom; second to give my children a true unity of their parents’ art forms; but most importantly, ‘Twenty-Nine Footfalls’ is meant to reach out to any and all grieving hearts with true compassion in hopes of lending a guiding hand and an escape from silence and loneliness.”
Accompanying 29 photographs taken by her late husband, Thomas Danz, Debra’s twenty-nine short stories reveal her walk toward healing after her husband’s death. Her stories are grouped into categories along the lines promulgated by the renowned Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her “stages of grief” model.
We’re so proud of Debra and her successful completion of this heart-felt book designed to help others on their own grief journey. Way to go, girlfriend!
(P.S. Deb didn’t ask for this but … the book is available on Amazon.)