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What I Gave to the Fire: My search for meaning after miscarriage Paperback – January 30, 2015
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About the Author
Kim Flowers Evans is a writer, graphic artist, creativity coach, and writing facilitator. Kim was a community columnist for the Herald-Times newspaper and her award-winning essays have appeared in The Moment I Knew: Reflections From Women on Life’s Turning Points and Women with Wings. She is the owner of Kim Evans Studio, a design and coaching firm serving small business, corporate, and international clients. As a Kaizen-Muse™ creativity coach, Kim works with writers, artists, and business creators desiring joyful expansion in their creative lives. She also serves on the faculty of Women Writing for (a) Change® Bloomington, an arts-education nonprofit dedicated to the process of writing as a tool for creative transformation. Kim lives with her husband and daughter in Bloomington, Indiana. Learn more about Kim at www.kimevanstudio.com.
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I would recommend this story to any woman who has had a pregnancy loss and is searching for ways to try and make sense of it (as if it ever really makes sense) or simply to understand ways to move forward or to know that you are not alone. Kim has an eloquent voice and is quite skilled on taking you on her internal and external journey through the pain, the confusion, the big life decisions and the resolution she reaches.
When we tell our stories and use our voices to understand ourselves and each other we not only heal, but we help others heal as well. Enjoy the book.