Kathleen Paquette's New Book 'Trading Places: A Horrifying Story About a Walk-in Soul' is the Shocking Story About the Author's Cerebral Aneurysm That Fundamentally Changed Her Personality
Recent release "Trading Places: A Horrifying Story About A Walk-in Soul" from Newman Springs Publishing author Kathleen Paquette is the story of the author's aneurysm and how she remade her life.
DELTONA, Fla., April 15, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Kathleen Paquette has completed her new book, “Trading Places: A Horrifying Story About A Walk-in Soul,” a dark story about the author's heavily damaging aneurysm that stole away her life. Instead of dying, her mind and personality were changed from the events, and her relationships didn’t truly recover.
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Kathleen Paquette’s saddening tale reveals how she becomes the black sheep of her family, estranged from her sister, mother and friends. It took 35 years but, eventually, she found a way to make sense of her new life and the truth behind it.
Readers who wish to experience this chilling work can purchase “Trading Places: A Horrifying Story About A Walk-in Soul” at bookstores everywhere or online on the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Newman Springs Publishing at 732-243-8512.
About Newman Springs Publishing:
Newman Springs Publishing is a full-service publishing house for serious authors. Each title produced by Newman Springs Publishing undergoes every step of the professional publishing process, including editing, layout, cover design, circulation, distribution and publicity. All titles are made available in both e-book and print formats. Newman Springs Publishing distributes to tens of thousands of retail outlets throughout North America and internationally. All manuscripts in any genre are welcome to be submitted for review. If the manuscript meets the necessary criteria and is accepted for publication, Newman Springs Publishing will work closely with the author to bring the book to the retail market for a relatively inexpensive initial investment.
Source: Newman Springs Publishing