Hunter D. Darden

Hunter D. Darden

Hunter Darden, a prolific writer and speaker, is no stranger to heartache. Her three-year-old brother, Charlie, passed away from a congenital heart problem; her physician father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s while in his 50s; her brother, Robert, died at age 44 from a rare form of Rheumatoid Arthritis. While preparing for her brother’s inevitable death, Hunter’s sister, Fran, died suddenly from Toxic Shock Syndrome, leaving three young children behind. “During that terrible time, I learned that even a cry of pain or anguish is a form of prayer,” says Hunter, “and that the word heal, in Greek, means ‘to make whole.’” The author of The Everlasting Snowman and other well-known titles, Hunter has been featured in Writer’s Digest, Today’s Woman, Carolina Country, Houston Woman, and acted as columnist for The Charlotte Observer.

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