Afterlife Mysteries Revealed

There are a many events in our lives that can occur, leading us to moments where we may experience our world coming to an end. They are in different magnitudes depending on the situation, but the loss of a child is on the top of the list. As a parent myself, just the thought of losing one of mine is beyond the imaginable, but to those who have lost one of their children, that is exactly what happens. Their world comes to an end. It stops completely. Ask any parent and they will tell you that one of their wishes in life is to pass prior to their children, no matter what the age.

Author Kalila Smith has just finished her latest book titled 'Afterlife Mysteries Revealed'. Kalila lost her daughter, Stephanie, unexpectedly last year and captures her feelings of anger, sadness, emptiness and her quest to answer the questions that many have in regard to life after death, in her latest book. Kalila's book takes you on her journey and path to healing, answering the questions many have and especially those who grieve the loss of a child. Her story is full of emotion that as the reader leaves you feeling as if you are the one experiencing and living these moments along with her. The determination to prove and provide evidence that many may not believe or are afraid to know, is admirable. Kalila's book is a heartwarming, heart grabbing, written with the unconditional and everlasting love of a mother. A book that is highly recommended to any parent who is grieving the loss of a child, no matter what their age may have been in the physical world. Start your path to healing and journey alongside with Kalila.

'Afterlife Mysteries Revealed' was published by Dark Oak Press & Media. You may purchase her book by visiting Dark Oak Press & Media at http://www.darkoakpress.com/afterlife.html 


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  2. thank you! I appreciate you adding my book to your site. much love and light, Kalila

    1. You are very welcome! It was beautifully written and very heart touching. It's my pleasure, Kalila!