We have experienced overwhelmingly deadly crashes as an industry. A 1963 a bus and train crash in California resulted in the death of 29 13 years later (1976) 29 people died in the Yuba City bus disaster Two crashes in Kentucky resulted in 27 fatalities … Continue reading1958 Crash, Historical Perspectives 1 of 4
Give sorrow words; The grief that does not speak Whispers the o’er-fraught heart And bids it break. – William Shakespeare, Macbeth Kari conducted an interview with Tim Hennagir, Managing Editor of the Monticello Times about the book. In this audio clip, Kari discusses how the … Continue readingKari Discusses How the Book Helped Her Address Grief
5.0 out of 5 starsWorth the read!By chaseron April 15, 2017Format: Kindle EditionVery interesting book and until reading it I didn’t really know much about this tragedy as we were not members of the Monticello community yet. My heart goes out to all those … Continue readingPraise for the Book; Review on Amazon
In two weeks the first chapter of Unspoken Sorrow: Whispers From a Broken Heart is slated to publish April 6th and April 13th in the Monticello Times as a full excerpt. The full manuscript will be published as an e-book on April 10th. Publishing parts of the … Continue readingPreface to Unspoken Sorrow
Please take eight minutes and listen to this excerpt from my book, Unspoken Sorrow: Whispers From a Broken Heart.
For the last nineteen years, I have struggled with many of the events and circumstances that took place April 10, 1997. The sheer horror and utter grief I experienced the moment I drove around the corner and saw the devastation sitting in the northwest corner … Continue readingUnspoken Sorrow: Whispers From a Broken Heart
Some of the best speakers are those with a great deal of knowledge, passion, energy, humor, and compassion. These speakers usually have an important story to tell. Kari, the author of Unspoken Sorrow: Whispers From a Broken Heart and creator of JAK the App, is one … Continue readingTelling Her Story: April 10, 1997