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Sunday, 3 August 2014


The Book

Chasing Hope: A mother's story of loss, heartbreak and the miracle of Hope.
By Amy Daws

Genre: memoir

About Chasing Hope:
At 33 weeks pregnant, Amy is certain something bad will soon happen, it had too many times before. Deep down she fears it’s only a matter of time before the baby she’s carrying will die. Despite the fact that Amy had been repeatedly slapped in the face with multiple miscarriages, she still can’t seem to quiet that tiny voice in the back of her head that’s screaming at her to not give up hope.

Follow Amy’s true story as she stumbles through her journey with humor and warmth, all while dealing with the neuroses that came along with getting her hopes shattered time and time again. All she has to do is close her eyes and she’s lurched back to the memories of her losses; on the floor in her bathroom, in the hospital, and even at her place of work. No one knows what the internal mind of a woman who’d lost five babies and suffered so many let downs goes through.

Can Hope ever truly survive memories such as these?
Source: Info in the About Chasing Hope was from the press kit from the publicity team.

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Meet The Author

About Amy Daws:
Amy Daws is a local network affiliate commercial producer and lives in Sioux Falls, SD with her husband, Kevin and their daughter, Lorelei. She graduated with honors from the University of Northern Iowa, despite fiercely executing her wild college-girl phase. After college, Amy received her make-believe medical degree from the school of Google on infertility and miscarriage after she and her husband struggled to have children. She has published a book on her journey to having her daughter entitled Chasing Hope. Amy is now venturing in to contemporary romance and hopes to meet the great writers of this genre someday. On most nights, you can find Amy and her family dancing in their living room to Strawberry Shortcake’s theme song or stuffing themselves inside children’s sized playhouses and then struggling to get back out because there is nothing they wouldn’t do for their little miracle.

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