PARAMUS, NJ – When you lose a loved one, the world doesn’t have to come to a halt. You don’t have to carry the weight all by yourself. But you may be surprised where help comes from. Kay Riche believes we can communicate with deceased loved ones. Her new book, Whispering Memories that Haunt the Soul, tells the story of a young girl who discovers her mom isn’t gone, she’s just moved on.
“I believe in the supernatural and for those that do see visions,” says Riche. “Always keep the faith, no matter what religion you are.”
Whispering Memories that Haunt the Soul is about a young girl who has lost her mother at an early age during early 1900s. This is the story of how a family handles a death of a loved one and still goes on.
“I am so tried of hearing or seeing everything pertain to sex, violence and nudity in this world,” Riche says. “This book presents a message of family values, perseverance, belief in God and unknown spirits that do exist.”
Rebecca and Annie have a lot in common: a large family, and a talented mother who also has died. When Annie and Rebecca hear music being played during the night from a forbidden room, their curiosity gets the best of them. It was a visit the girls would never forget.
Kay says spirits can give us hope, guidance and make us stronger. She says you never know - maybe there could be a passed loved one in your corner.
Whispering Memories that Haunt the Soul
By Kay Riche
Hardcover 6x9, retail price: $27.08
Paperback 6x9, retail price: $17.08
Available at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com .
About the author
Kay Riche has always had a vivid imagination and a thirst to create. She incorporates her innate abilities and character while writing books. Kay was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and was raised in West New York, New Jersey. She worked for 35 in the corporate world before becoming an author. She now lives in Paramus, New Jersey with her husband of 48 years. The couple has two daughters, two sons and 16 grandchildren.