Murray resident, author to sign copies of book in Clinton, Ky. | Arts & Culture
MURRAY, KY (KFVS) - A Murray resident and author will be signing copies of her book, "A Chance for Life," on December 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The book signing will be in the Hickman County Elementary School gym, 416 McMorris Street in Clinton, Ky.
Also available with her current book will be some of Laura Anne Ewald's science fiction titles.
The publishing company has provided the following description of "A Chance for Life:"
"Abandoned at birth and shuffled from foster home to foster home, Sam Merrin has never wanted children of her own. Nevertheless, she feels passionate about giving the unborn the same chance at life she had been given when something, or someone, had led her own mother to both give birth and leave her on a church doorstep rather than have an abortion or simply throw her away.
Sam's convictions will be put to the test, however, when Cassie, a cynical pregnant woman, gives her an ultimatum: either Sam legally adopts her baby or else Cassie will get an abortion. Can Sam give up life as she knows it for another woman's child she never wanted? How can she not, though? When you're passionate in your beliefs, sacrifices are sometimes required, and Sam soon realizes she must be willing to make a huge one if Cassie's baby is to have A Chance for Life.
As unexpected motherhood becomes a reality, Sam learns the depth of a mother's love—and how to accept the love others are so ready to give."
For more information, contact Jim Miller at 888-361-9473 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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