Pulse Presents Preacher's Kids: Secrets & Salvation, by Keleigh Crigler Hadley

A heartrending tale of learning to overcome the worst of personal tragedy.

Cary, NC, March 21, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Pulse is proud to announce the official publication of Preacher’s Kids: Secrets & Salvation, a heartrending tale of learning to overcome the worst of personal tragedy, by Keleigh Crigler Hadley.

About The Book

What's your worst secret...?

Mia Griffin's dark humor and quirky looks don't fit into the mold of most PK's. Knowing the twisted and sometimes alarming secrets of church members generates more enemies than friends. But, as long as her free-thinking best friend is by her side, Mia can laugh her way through anything.

Mia's young faith will be tested when she suffers the greatest betrayal imaginable. As she begins to ask hard questions, you will be astounded by the answers and perhaps learn something about the tests that God brings us through.

For an enticing preview of Preacher’s Kids: Secrets & Salvation, visit The Pulse Studio to view its compelling book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/pulsepublishing. To read the first 3 chapters of Preacher’s Kids: Secrets & Salvation for free, visit the PulsePeek section of Pulse’s official website: http://pulsepub.net/PulsePeek.html.

Preacher’s Kids: Secrets & Salvation is available as a $2.99 digital download for Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and all eReaders, smart phones, and laptop and PC systems. The novel will be available in hardcover and paperback format in June 2012. For more information, please visit www.pulsepub.net.

About The Author

Keleigh Crigler Hadley learned to read at a very young age, and she's been an avid book lover ever since. On her 8th birthday, her mom allowed her to have a slumber party. Every girl in her class came, and they were having great fun. When it came time to open presents, Keleigh became ecstatic when she opened a complete set of The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. Right there in the middle of her party, she found her favorite reading nook and began to devour the books.

Eventually, Keleigh married her high school sweetheart and enjoyed having a precocious son, but she was still missing something. She was missing her story.

Keleigh wanted to tell her story of growing up in a fishbowl. Of course, Mia's story and life isn't anything like Keleigh's growing up, but at the same time, it is so familiar to hers and the thousands of other PK's around the globe.

What surprises Keleigh the most about the book is the response that non-PK's have had to Mia's story. Teens everywhere can identify and relate to Mia's angst and drama.

Somehow, through telling her story, Keleigh has been able to tell a universal story.

About Pulse

Pulse is an exciting new independent publishing house committed to cultivating and promoting the works of authors from all walks of life. Through its innovative, modern approach to publishing, Pulse seeks to foster the success of established authors seeking to enhance their publishing efforts, as well as aspiring authors looking to make their mark in the literary world. For more information, visit www.pulsepub.net.
Devin Jefferson