Lost & Found
loves writing about faith and inspiration. She has written hundreds of stories for a wide variety of publications, including Today’s Christian Woman, Angels on Earth
magazines, and currently serves as a Contributing Editor for Guideposts magazine.
Slattery’s personal journey of life and faith are recounted in her new memoir, entitled Lost & Found
(GuidepostsBooks, March 2008). In this new volume, Slattery chronicles her journey from young girl, struggling to maintain a relationship with her mom, to the eventual and unexpected role as caretaker of her aging mother. Slattery shares her story with candor, tenderness and gentle self-effacing humor, touching on issues such as faith, self-worth, alcoholism, bulimia, the “sandwich generation,” and relating to one’s parents as an adult. Lost & Found is poignant and memorable, tracing Slattery’s own real and relatable journey of faith.
Kathryn Slattery is the author of five previous books including If I Could Ask God Anything: Awesome Bible Answers for Curious Kids
(Thomas Nelson) and Grandma I’ll Miss You: A Child’s Story about Death and New Life
(David C. Cook). Her popular children’s book, The Gospel for Kids
(David C. Cook), has more than 100,000 copies in print in nine languages.
Kathryn resides in Connecticut with her husband of more than 25 years, Tom. They are the parents of two adult children and happy owners of a roly-poly pug named Max.