By: Barbara Willis Kimbrell
About the Book
Paper Planes delves into an array of social, moral, and philosophical issues without sounding too preachy. It is one woman's journey through the legal and prison system after taking a human life due to unforeseen circumstances. She is faced with her own internal struggles as she tries to reclaim her life, find hope, and, finally, self-forgiveness. Most importantly, it is a story about redemption.
About the Author
Paper Planes is Barbara Willis Kimbrell’s second book. Her first book, aptly entitled Drunks, Monks and Mental Illness told a tale about addiction and the power it holds over a person. Ms. Kimbrell finds that writing is a mindful, therapeutic endeavor that not only taps into the creative process but can also be fun. Ms. Kimbrell is a semi-retired master’s level social worker, artist, mother and proud owner of two fur babies.
(2020, Paperback, 252 Pages)