"My friend Janet said, 'You are a writer. Write it all down.' But here I was on the edge of tragedy, and everything within me was being assaulted. How could I possibly write in this quagmire of pain, and why would anyone want to read any of this? When my husband received his verdict of death, the words sounded both surreal and unbelievable. Yet Janet knew what she was saying. It was only because of her personal journey that I even entertained such a thought and eventually decided to do it."
Gail Stevenson committed her story of grief, loss, love and hope to writing through narrative, journal entries and poetry, discovering along the way that it was in truth the most beautiful love story--love of Ken, of their family, and especially of God.