June Converse

My Journey from Awareness to Acceptance to Authenticity

Decide to Hope

Kathleen Conners has suffered and lived through tragedy most people cannot imagine. Having lost everything of value, she chooses to live a life of seclusion. Immersed in a fictional world, she does not have to face her own grief and guilt.

Kathleen keeps one promise and, in keeping that promise, meets Matt - who refuses to let her continue breathing... but not living.
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Kathleen must decide —
decide to give in to the grief

or decide to hope and build something that both honors her past and creates a new future.
Goodreads review
"Memories can’t stay locked behind closed doors. She will face these memories alone and perish or someone will face them with her. Maybe that someone is you."

From Decide To Hope

Meet Author June Converse

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Author June Converse happily resides in Sandy Springs, Georgia, with her husband, Dave, their dog, Sodapop, and kitten Nalla.

They have two wonderful adult children and two grandchildren. June is an enthusiastic exerciser and an accomplished cook. She and her husband enjoy hiking with Sodapop, traveling, scuba diving, trying new restaurants, concerts, and whatever other adventures they can find. Reading and a constant desire to learn keeps her busy, too.

Living with mental illness, June is continuously reaching for hope like the characters in her books. She openly discusses her personal struggles on her blog, JuneConverse.com.

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All of my novels, at least so far, have an element of mental illness within a character. Decide to Hope is the most autobiographical in that I struggle in many ways exactly as the female protagonist.
- J.C.
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In April 2012 I had a mental breakdown. The real thing. I have about 36 hours that I don’t remember....



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