Each week, we celebrate one of our successful self-publishing authors in our Self-Publishing Author Spotlight. This week Outskirts Press proudly features Glen Michael Morgan, author of a remarkable non-fiction that recounts one woman’s true tale of survival against the odds.
When a reader finds himself immersed in the world created by a talented author, it’s easy to forget the person behind the captivating tale. Not so with Glen’s work—and that’s a good thing! With Recovery Turns Rescue, Glen weaves a dramatic story of calamity and salvation — that just happens to be true! Learn more about Glen Michael Morgan and his riveting memoir in this week’s Self-Publishing Author Spotlight.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
An accomplished professional speaker and published author, Glen Michael Morgan brings his heart and soul to this true story of survival. In this extraordinary memoir, he and his wife Connie share their words, and those of their daughter Kristin, on her journey from near-death to healing.
Kristin Hopkins, a dedicated single mother of four children, was working and getting her life in order with her family’s support. One day, she left for work…and never came home. The victim of a terrible accident, Kristin spent six days in her overturned car without food or water, and when a passerby happened to see her car, nobody thought she was alive. But when the first responders arrived at the car to retrieve her body, they found to their amazement that she was still breathing, though her body temperature was dangerously low, and she had almost no blood pressure. This is the agonizing, inspiring true story of Kristin’s road to recovery through incredible courage and persistence. Follow Kristin and her family from the first terrifying realization that she was missing, through the ordeals of the ICU and the shock of finding out that her feet would need to be amputated to save her life…and then share with them the miracle of Kristin’s recovery and learning to walk again. This heartfelt story of everyday heroes will restore your faith in humanity and inspire you with a demonstration of what the human spirit can overcome.
Format: 5 x 8 economy color paperback, 150 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Nov 24, 2014)
Genre: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs
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