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Kate Motaung grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to a South African and together they have three children. Kate is the author of the e-book, Letters to Grief, hosts the Five Minute Friday blog link-up, and has contributed to several other online publications. She blogs at Heading Home and can be found on Twitter @k8motaung.

Letters to Grief - FREE e-book through Dec. 5

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Kate Motaung grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to a South African and together they have three children. Kate is the author of the e-book, Letters to Grief, hosts the Five Minute Friday blog link-up, and has contributed to several other online publications. She blogs at Heading Home and can be found on Twitter @k8motaung.

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It’s here!

I’m thrilled to share with you that my first e-book, Letters to Grief, is now available on Amazon.

Letters to Grief - Final cover

Today through December 5th, you can get it for FREE on Amazon Kindle!

I wrote it for you.

For those of you who have known grief as a close companion, and those of you who have yet to experience loss intimately. I wrote it for those who have grieving friends and don’t know what it’s like, and for those who wonder when it will pass.

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(Image by Katie Reid, echoesofmyheart.com, Twitter: @ImprintsKatie)

I wrote it because grief is a fickle creature, and often despised. Misunderstood and underestimated. Feared, even.

Some think it can be conquered. Overcome.

I disagree.

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(Image by Katie Reid, echoesofmyheart.com, Twitter: @ImprintsKatie)

From my limited experience, grief is not something that passes, at least not in this lifetime. It’s not something a person can graduate from and walk away, unchanged.

Grief is not a process.

It’s cyclical, like the moon. It waxes and wanes, ever present.

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(Image by Katie Reid, echoesofmyheart.com, Twitter: @ImprintsKatie)

If you have known grief, this book is for you.

If you know someone who has known grief, this book is for you.

Letters to Grief is available on Amazon Kindle by clicking here!

This week only it will be free on Amazon (through December 5th).

From then onwards, it will be $0.99.

If you don’t have a Kindle, don’t worry! I don’t either! But I do have this awesome thing called a free Kindle reading app, which can be downloaded and used on smartphones, tablets, and computers. Get yours today by clicking here.

Also, I had previously posted that Letters to Grief would be available as a free gift to blog subscribers. Because of the route I’ve chosen to take with Amazon, that offer is not possible at this point in time. My humble apologies! I hope to be able to offer it as a pdf download directly from this site at a later stage. Thank you for your understanding!

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(Image by Katie Reid, echoesofmyheart.com, Twitter: @ImprintsKatie)

Once you’ve read the collection of letters, I’d be so grateful if you would leave a review on Amazon, so others can find it and decide if it’s something that would be useful in their journey. Thank you in advance!

Also, huge thanks go out to Sarah Baar for editing the manuscript, Fistbump Media for making the e-book a reality, and Katie Reid for the beautiful graphics displayed in this post.

And thank YOU for reading! I pray that Letters to Grief will be an encouragement to you. Most of all, I pray that it will give you hope in the midst of grief.

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(Image by Katie Reid, echoesofmyheart.com, Twitter: @ImprintsKatie)

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