The local author discusses and signs her second independently-published novel, a tale of loss, grief, and the overcoming power of love.
Reeling from the loss of their first baby, Macy Duncan and her husband Ben flee their grief and enter an unknown world as Ben accepts a job offer that takes them to the far reaches of Southern Bolivia.
While Ben's work takes him into the dangerous politics of cocoa farmers and indigenous rights, Macy sinks deeper and deeper into a bottomless depression, one that threatens to never loose its hold. Seeking to run away from it all, Macy trips over a mysterious basket left on her doorstep. A basket that begins to cry.
In Basket Baby
, a tale of loss, grief, and the overcoming power of love, Macy and Ben must embark on a journey to find the mother of this abandoned baby and, maybe, find the path back to each other along the way.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
KELLI DONLEY was born and raised in Arizona. She has been an avid reader and writer since childhood, which led to studying journalism in college. After volunteering in west Africa with the Peace Corps, she returned to school to study public health. She is the author of two novels, Under the Same Moon and Basket Baby. Inspiration for both stories was found working in the developing world in international health. Kelli currently lives with her partner Jason, two children, three dogs, and a bunny in Mesa, Arizona. She continues to work in public health for the State of Arizona and blogs at www.africankelli.com