Ryan Hadley and Dan Yearick have completed their book “A Thousand Fireflies: Living in the Aftermath of My Parents’ Murders” - a gripping and potent non-fiction about the catastrophic events faced by Hadley, and his will to overcome.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Hadley and Yearick’s poignant tale is deep and moving. Hadley’s ability to prevail over the dark events of his past is uncanny. Readers will be touched and amazed by the outspokenness of this true-story.
Ryan Hadley began a new chapter of his life in the summer of 2011 when he packed his belongings into the back of his truck and moved from Port St. Lucie, Florida to the mountains of North Carolina. A few weeks later his parents were murdered at the hands of his younger brother, Tyler Hadley. This traumatic event drew Ryan into dark, lonely places in his soul and psyche that he never knew existed.
This is a story of tragedy, hope, and an unexpected, healing friendship with his co-author, Dan Yearick. Ryan conveys his story with candor and in absolute vulnerability in order to offer hope for those who experience tragic loss, as well as to assist those who aid people suffering from grief.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase A Thousand Fireflies: Living in the Aftermath of My Parents’ Murders at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.