Author Linda Balcom Fellers’ newly released “Like A Murmur In The Wind” is the Personal Journey of the Author in Coping with Tragedy and Healing from it

Author Linda Balcom Fellers’ newly released “Like A Murmur In The Wind” is the Personal Journey of the Author in Coping with Tragedy and Healing from it
  1. Author Linda Balcom Fellers’ newly released “Like A Murmur In The Wind” is the Personal Journey of the Author in Coping with Tragedy and Healing from it
    (PRWEB) August 13, 2017 “Like A Murmur In The Wind”: is the author’s journey toward recovery after a series of heartbreaking events. “Like A Murmur In The Wind” is the creation of published author, Linda Balcom Fellers, an avid nature lover and photographer who has been a resident of Upstate…

(PRWEB) August 13, 2017

“Like A Murmur In The Wind”: is the author’s journey toward recovery after a series of heartbreaking events. “Like A Murmur In The Wind” is the creation of published author, Linda Balcom Fellers, an avid nature lover and photographer who has been a resident of Upstate New York for her whole life.

Linda shares, “Nothing in my life could have prepared me for ‘the phone call’ that changed my life forever. It was a direct hit to the heart. My parents’ firstborn, David, who proceeded me by one and a half years, was particularly close to our parents. A retired Army veteran, he later became a Baptist minister and joined Dad in their own construction business. His wife and I have been friends since first grade, and I stood up with them at their wedding.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Linda Balcom Fellers’ new book is a powerful tale of recovery after traumatic events in the author’s life. After a series of tragedies strike her family, Linda Fellers is forced to confront the pain head- on, with the help of God.

With loss piled on to almost unbearable levels, Fellers crawled out of despair with the help of family, nature and God. Inside the book, the author shares some of the wisdom that aided the recovery process.

View a synopsis of “Like A Murmur In The Wind” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Like A Murmur In The Wind” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Like A Murmur In The Wind”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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