"Hogue's book struck a deep chord. Her work celebrates the end of life instead of having us fear it." -- Bob Stump, R-District 9, Arizona House of Representatives; Health Committee Co-Chair.
"This is an important story, beautifully and sensitively told." -- Bev Harvey, writer, Write Visions
Hogue was forever changed by the experience, and so was I. -- Paul M. Howey, author Shoah: Journey from the Ashes, and Freckles: The Mystery of the Little White Dog in the Desert
I love your book. Very touching. -- Kerry Lynn Blair, author of The Heart only Knows, and The Heart has Forever
In this intimate and personal journey, Hogue reminds us of love and faith and how they are eternally entwined. -- Phil Alvidrez, noted television producer, MagicDust Television
RuthAnn Hogue's secret is her commanding use of specific, concrete detail. She is a master at her craft. -- Linda Shelley Whiting, historian/author of David W. Patten: Apostle and Martyr
This book is a necessary read. The story is a reaffirmation of life. -- Mark Potter, Director of Suddenly Unexpected, an MPotter Production
About the Author
RuthAnn Hogue graduated from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunication and Journalism in 1997. She has won numerous awards as a journalist, including the Arizona Newspapers Association first-place award for Journalistic Achievement. She currently serves as the news editor for the [i]West Valley View[/i] (Avondale, AZ).