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Steven Boone

Steven Boone
A Heart Traced in Sand:
Reflections on a Daughter's Struggle for Life

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About the Author

Steven Boone was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1952. Raised in Illinois, New York, and then Washington, DC, he excelled in art at an early age, and in 1976 earned a degree in painting from the Maryland Institute, College of Art, in Baltimore, Maryland.

After graduating, Steven settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he now resides with his wife and youngest daughter. His art studio abounds with landscape, figurative, and abstract paintings, some of which were inspired by the death of his oldest daughter, Naomi, in the summer of 1999. Exhibited in Santa Fe and on the Web, at www.stevenboone.com, his oil on canvas works resonate with the play of shadow and light.

About the Book
When seventeen-year-old Naomi Boone learned she was dying of a rare malignancy, she embarked on a healing quest with undeviating courage and prayer. It was her father whose faith was tested at every turn. Through dreams, religious writings, and Naomi's notes to herself, he emerges from the tunnel of darkness with an inspiring new vision of hardship and suffering. A Heart Traced in Sand chronicles this two-year passage, culminating in a radiant celebration of life.

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