Bridgit Meadow ‘s life is about to take an interesting turn .
After the death of her little brother , she is abandoned by her mother and stepfather, and sent to live to live with he father, stepmother and a gaggle of siblings in a small upstate town where her father is a congregational Rabbi and her stepmother a teacher in a Religious School Bridgit soon has a new name , and the life she was meant to live .
Then why are the host of ghosts she can see and speak to unhappy with her. Bridgit now Chaya Margolit is summoned to the Court of her fears where she has to face her most difficult challenge of all Learning to embrace life.
About the Author
Ana Radeboldti has degrees in education and teaches in public schools in New York City. She has combined this passion with her love of traveling by teaching in Kuwait, South Korea, and Mexico City. She has traveled the world over-her visits to Morocco, Italy, Croatia, Spain, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, and Israel have given her the opportunity to walk the paths of the characters she writes about.
Ana also enjoys life at home in the beautiful Hudson Valley area of Upstate New York. She’s a proud mother of a son serving in the United States Navy and the grandmother of three adorable grandchildren.
She has written three fiction books: Drawing Near to Paradise, Giving Entirely to Live, and The Passed Over Dinner: A Passover Tale.