Cheryl Espinosa Jones
Cheryl Espinosa Jones has spent a lifetime exploring human loss, revelation and transformation. When she was training to practice psychotherapy her first wife lived with and died of cancer. That experience more than any other taught her that human beings are capable of astonishing epiphanies and inspiring grace. Cheryl’s radio show, Good Grief (VoiceAmerica), tells the stories of people who have changed their lives through confronting loss. Cheryl has written articles for Open to Hope, a website dedicated to inspiring grievers. She has also been a contributor to two books, Journey to the End and Who Will Take Care of Me When I Die. Her first novel, Chloe, came out of a belief that fiction is the perfect vehicle for telling the truth.