Sisters by Michelle Linn-Gust
The Karma Twist

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Forced by her friends to be the first at a party to get a psychic reading, high school English teacher Sarah McCall learns more than she understands about the suicide death of her younger sister, Jenna. She dismisses the idea of a karmic agreement, that she and her sister formed a pact as souls before entering their respective lives. But, after the ten-year anniversary of Jenna's suicide passes, the reading takes Sarah on a path of reflecting on her sister's life, her own life, and their lives together tightly intertwined with baseball, oatmeal cookies, and the dream of opening a bakery.

Sarah realizes she must confront her fears that Jenna’s death left behind after baseball coach Mark Lennon approaches Sarah about providing her oatmeal cookies as part of a fundraiser for his team. However, the two aspects she does not expect are how her life begins to change and her accepting that maybe she and Jenna did agree to something more than is visible in her life.
 

About Michelle Linn-Gust

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Michelle Linn-Gust, Ph.D., President of the American Association of Suicidology, has spent the past nineteen years educating people worldwide about coping with loss and change following the suicide of her younger sister. Her eighth book, Conversations with the Water: A Memoir of Cultivating Hope (due out in November 2012), chronicles her grief journey as she moves forward beyond the suicide and loss field. Her first book, based on Denise’s suicide, Do They Have Bad Days in Heaven? Surviving the Suicide Loss of a Sibling, inspired siblings around the world in their survival after a loved one’s suicide. Learn more about Michelle at www.inspirebymichelle.com.
 
Published September 19, 2011 by Chellehead Works. 198 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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