Saturday, August 8th at 4 pm (click here to register via Zoom)
All ordered copies of From the Lake House will be signed by the author. Find a link to purchase the book at the bottom of this webpage.
In her heartfelt memoir, From the Lake House: A Mother's Odyssey of Loss and Love, published by She Writes Press, Kristen Rademacher recounts her journeys from Boston to North Carolina, and from loss to healing and connection.
“A poignant and painful remembrance with comforting messages for the grieving.”
— Kirkus Reviews
“Written with tender honesty and luscious language, From the Lake House is a joy to read, even amidst the pangs of heartache and loss.”
—Alexis Marie Chute, award-winning author of Expecting Sunshine: A Journey of Grief, Healing, and Pregnancy After Loss
“Kristen Rademacher’s achingly honest memoir about her losses of place, partner, and much-anticipated baby daughter Carly resonates with courage and an abiding gratitude for the preciousness of life. A truly tender reflection about loss that illuminates the devastating experience of baby loss.”
—Janel Atlas, Writer and Editor of They were Still Born: Personal Stories about Stillbirth
“In this beautifully written and poignant memoir, we learn that though people and dreams die, relationships don't. If we're attuned, the dead can transform our lives, offering enduring love and guidance—and hope."
—Carol Henderson, author of Losing Malcolm: A Mother's Journey Through Loss and Farther Along: The Writing Journey of Thirteen Bereaved Mothers
Kristen Rademacher has lived in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, since 2002, which is when she began writing. From the Lake House is her first memoir. She holds a master's degree in education and life coach certification. Rademacher is an Academic Coach at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.