New York, NY, October 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Kathryn H. Clark thought she had it all and then tragedy struck. Within the space of several years she lost both her husband and father to cancer and her mother to a stroke. She was forced to go back to work for the first time in ten years, making it one day at a time, one foot in front of the other. Her story is told in a compelling new memoir, "My Odyssey" from Amphora Press, available both in trade paperback, as Kindle version, and in a wonderful audio book.
Kathryn H. Clark recalls, "Nine years of living with dying and raising three teens while working dawn to dusk. Slowly, I eased through it. Slowly I developed a realization of my priorities, who I was and where I belong. A world where handshakes are meaningless, love is a memory tear sliding down my cheek and death has become too-close of a companion. How could I keep going?
"Bird feather, dolphins, a moon that brought me up short-these were the symbols that showed me the way. And gradually I attained a family, my family filled with love. Gradually, I acquired a confidence to move on and explore my new voice."
Kathryn H. Clark is an amazing interview. For more information contact Terrence Brejla at 415-637-8321.