|Posted by Kathie Fitzpatrick on September 19, 2010 at 7:35 PM|
She was beautiful... she was outspoken, she was multi-talented, and widely known on her high school campus, and in the community. As a youth her coaches believed she could have trained and succeeded in the Olympics, but she wanted to use her strength and speed to help people. She wanted to be a firefighter. Karen Lee FitzPatrick, age 18, was the youngest firefighter to perish while battling the blaze of the historic catastrophe, The Thirtymile Fire on 7/10/01. She was known as a great young woman of faith who inspired many in her short lifetime. Now, you can read her poems, her essays, her inspirational wall writings, see images from the fire, and read the handwritten journal notes taken from her fire pack after her death. The center piece poem was written about her when she was first born. It turned out to be prophetic of her life: "Angel Promises."
Projected Publication date: June 2007.
To see more about this book. Please click the following link www.angelpromisesthebook.com
"Winepress Publishing Co. has closed, and "Angel Promises" can soon be ordered through the website for "Deep River Books." Please be patient during this transition. In the meantime, go to the books section of www.amazon.com to order "Angel Promises." Thank You! Website is www.karenleefitzpatrick.com
Order "Angel Promises" through the Barnes and Nobel on-line site: Here's the link:
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