Finding My Way

Today I begin a new project.

Today I begin talking, publicly, about why my characters are so flawed, and why they have so much to overcome before they find happiness.

Why now?

Because it’s finally time, and because today I released, INTO THE SUNRISE, a story I’m passionate about. A story about a woman who overcomes enormous obstacles, and learns to celebrate her own strength.

It reminds me of who I am.

And it reminds me of everyone else out there who has struggled to overcome.

So bear with me for a few days, while I explore what it meant to me, to finally realize I was from a dysfunctional family.


From shattered dreams to incredible joy.

Soul-destroying questions and equally stunning answers have Dusty digging deeper than she ever thought possible, and when she discovers her Self in an entirely foreign landscape, she begins anew, more determined than ever to achieve her lifelong dream.

If you love stories about women who pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and get on with living no matter what the universe tosses in their path, this book is for you.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Finding My Way

  1. Reblogged this on Book Reviews by Pat Garcia and commented:
    Good Morning Everyone,

    Just finished reading an introductory post to Kathryn Jane’s new book, INTO THE SUNRISE. Just had to purchase it because book blurb convinced me that in many ways there might be some similarities between me and the main character, Dusty.
    Jane is an excellent writer. I’ve already read, DO NOT TELL ME NO and it deepen my love for horses and for her flawed characters.

    One of these days, I am going to take the time and do a review on both books.

    Shalom aleichem,
    Pat Garcia

  2. Good Morning,

    Congratulations on your new released. I look forward to reading it.
    Have a happy weekend.
    Shalom aleichem,
    Pat G

  3. This sounds like an excellent book for me to read… a woman who keeps on trucking no matter what life throws in her way. She deserves to be applauded.

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