Widowed at 25, women who grew up in Unity, pens a book about her journey through grief.
Zoe Parkinson-Fisher has had more experience with grief by the age of 25, than most of have in our entire lives. Her husband's death came on the heels of another major tragedy in her life - the murder/suicide of her parents. Parkinson-Fisher started writing as a form of therapy ... and those words have now become a book. It's called The Witty Widow.