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Another Day to Love: Sunday Morning Ramblings

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Another Day to Love began as the musings of one woman and her broken heart. After being rejected and slandered by 250 of her former church friends, Kolein found her voice through her pen. With Sundays now free, she began to examine religion, love, true communion, friendship and the voices in her head and heart. Through these words, all of them written at the moment on dozens of Sunday mornings - never planned out - simply Kolein and her morning cup of coffee sitting in front of her laptop - she allowed the voice within her to speak. Nearly all of her ramblings were shared on social media over the course of 6+ years. The words, written as a list, often include the goings-on of her sweet family life with her husband, their two sons, their art and music, their pain and joy. Each list ends with the same words: "It's Sunday. Another day to love. Happy Sunday." This is her first book. However, she has several others that exist in her mind and laptop waiting to be released. Her hope is that at the very least you, the reader, will find a piece of yourself in her words. If you do, please let her know. She is truly honored that you are here. You can reach out to her at freetofindpearls@gmail.com. Kolein is available for counseling, speaking engagements, workshops, singing performances and book signings worldwide.


  • | Author: Kolein Carlson
  • | Publisher: Independently published
  • | Publication Date: December 21, 2019
  • | Number of Pages: 372 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Paperback
  • | ISBN-10: 1082705152
  • | ISBN-13: 9781082705151
Author:
Kolein Carlson
Publisher:
Independently published
Publication Date:
December 21, 2019
Number of pages:
372 pages
Language:
English
Binding:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1082705152
ISBN-13:
9781082705151