Till Death Don't Us Part: A True Story of Awakening to Love After Life
Date: April 2021
Duration: 9 hours 6 minutes
Former political and war correspondent, Karen Frances McCarthy, was on assignment when she received the news that her partner had suddenly died in New York. Skeptical by nature and numbed by the tragedy, she spiraled into a deep state of grief about never communicating with him again ... until he did. 'Till Death Don't Us Part' is a true, down-to-earth, but transformational story of a former journalist's extraordinary journey through tragedy to awakening to the knowledge that love and life never die.
'The shock of loss and the madness of grief are vividly expressed in writing that is full of light and darkness, sadness, and despair. A gripping modern love story that transcends all boundaries.' ~ Juanita Wilson Academy Award(R) Nominee
'Her experiences made me believe in things I never thought I could believe in.' ~ Alexandra Lipsitz, Peabody Award Winner
'A news reporter and former diehard skeptic, McCarthy gives us an entertaining, impeccably researched, and brilliantly written page-turner about continuing love after life, that will move, amaze, and provide deep comfort with its glorious, inspiring, and deafening ring of truth.' ~ Jennifer Belle, bestselling author, Going Down and High Maintenance.
'A fascinating transformational journey that challenges all our assumptions about death.' ~ Susan Shapiro, New York Times bestselling author of Unhooked and Byline Bible
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Karen Frances McCarthy MA CSNU is a best selling author, public speaker, and progressive Spiritualist medium. Formerly a skeptic and atheist, she spent many years working as a major media journalist and was also an embedded Iraq war correspondent. A tragic loss became the catalyst that brought her back to spirituality and reawakened a mediumistic facility she had in childhood. Today, she has an international mediumship and teaching practice and is a PhD candidate at the University of Birmingham, researching contemporary ghost literature.