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Especially For You set to launch

One journey completed, another just underway.

I am excited to announce that my new book will be published in mid-October! Especially For You contains the stories of families who respond to sudden loss by finding a new purpose.

While it is anchored in my family’s own story, my intent is to mostly share accounts of others who find compelling ways to move forward after catastrophe.

Please consider joining us for a Book Launch Party October 28 in Kingston, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Beal House, 222 Main Street.

We’ll have refreshments, hors d’oeuvres, and music–open to the public!– along with a very special guest.

I believe the book will offer readers handholds of inspiration and hope, especially for those of you struggling to cope with a sudden loss or other trauma. It will soon be available to order on my website, at your local bookstore, or on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other retailers through Thomson-Shore and Ingram. Brief updates on this to follow.

Ready for release, I hope it will make some small difference.

This event will be a unique, spirited co-celebration with my dad, Robert Brack. Bob is releasing his memoir, With Gratitude–Barker Steel and the People Who Made It Work, the story of a family-owned business that grew through four generations to become one of the largest steel reinforcing bar fabricators and construction suppliers in the Northeast.

I am so happy for him being able to share his narrative of Barker Steel’s growth and legacy. It’s an enduring story keyed by the many relationships formed, the contributions of colleagues amidst the tough cycles of the steel rebar industry and demanding growth during Boston’s Big Dig era.

It will be a joy to celebrate our books together.

For me, completing this work of narrative nonfiction has been a long road bumping along many potholes–and leading to a sense of solace. It’s taken seven years to research, write and polish, including meeting and interviewing some three hundred people–many with numerous conversations spanning several years.

I feel ready to release it to the world. It feels intact, and I hope it will make some small difference.

If you’d like to take a peak, please click here to read excerpts and the annotated contents.

Finally at rest, our tears still, the sweat dries; he is extant.

Thanks for your interest, and I’ll keep you posted.


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    1. Thanks, Jinny … yes, as JT says, “We’re going to have a good time …” I’m glad that Dad wants to do this together!

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