Signal Grace by T. M. Yates

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The inspiring true story of a divorced soldier, his daughter, and love beyond death.

Tiffany was always saying good-bye to her father, a U.S. Army soldier separated from her mother long ago. She struggled to love him from a distance, but her efforts sputtered amid a growing sense of disappointment. He clearly didn't need her--and she didn't need a father.

The road away from him led down a path of depression, abuse, and soul searching. Just when she thought she had overcome her past, an unexpected phone call yanked her back to face the man she'd tried so hard to forget, and their surprising journey together finally revealed the real magic in life and love.

Anyone who has experienced the upheaval of divorce or prolonged separation from loved ones will find powerful meaning and tender consolation in this true story. It reminds everyone to keep watch for the signs that can affirm and guide us. Serving as a testament to the power of simple things, it honors the magical moments in life that encourage us to keep going, prompt us to love, and point us to greater meaning. Signal Grace is a touching reminder that even though no family is perfect, and life is full of difficulties, there is true power in faith.

About T. M. Yates

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Published March 1, 2014 216 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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A daughter remembers her father as memory combines with love and forgiveness to create a touching debut memoir.

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