All posts tagged: Karen Beaudin

Writers Process Blog Hop: Hop Right In!

Thanks to award-winning author and radio host Jillian Maas Backman for twisting my arm to be a part of this blog hop! She also enlisted  Amy Susan Crohn, to become involved and share the writing skills and process for  DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards from cancer, Lupus, and chronic illness, yet another award-winning author and book. She didn’t have to bend too far, but I questioned why I would be included. I’m not a published author like others who have been participating, I have no aspirations, but I’ve learned that when it comes to writing anything there is a distinct process for each individual. If you haven’t made acquaintance with Jillian you’re missing a treasure. As an Intuitive Consultant Jillian impacts my life, as well as others, by the expert tutoring from her book BEYOND THE PEWS: Breaking with Tradition and Letting Go of Religious Lockdown, or by private consultations. She is a true blessing to the world. If you, or someone you know, has been in the throes of chronic or terminal illness, DYING TO LIVE should be on your …

Shattered Lives: Karen Beaudin author of true story, A Child is Missing

Listen to Shattered Lives Radio As I walked into the house, the scene I beheld was like something out of a movie. Every eye turned toward me, but no one spoke a word. “What’s wrong?” As tears ran down my sister’s face, she said, with a voice filled with sobs, “Kathy’s dead; she’s been murdered.” from A Child is Missing From the haunting cover to the words written inside, Karen Beaudin tells the story of the abduction, rape, and murder of her sister, Kathy Gloddy, with honor, respect, often grueling pain, and always with sisterly love. Shattered Lives Radio guest for the hour, Karen Beaudin, will not only give listeners a glimpse into the anguish of losing a loved one to violent crime, but the aftermath and its effect on her life. In A Child is Missing, Karen Beaudin writes about the horrifying night her sister went to the store accompanied by her dog, Tasha, and never returned. Tasha came home acting quite strange, almost frantic, but Karen did not. That’s when the family realized something was terribly wrong. Kathy was found a couple days later in the woods located near the small New Hampshire …