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UW-Madison alum Kludt to publish debut book, 'A Good Way Through'

February 20, 2017
UW-Madison alumna Kristen Leigh Kludt is publishing her debut book this month titled, "A Good Way Through: My Journey with God from Disappointment into Hope."

Kludt book coverKludt received a bachelor's degree in English Education from the School of Education in 2006, and taught for seven years before focusing on writing.

In the book, Kludt chronicles her spiritual journey after struggling with depression as a young adult, dealing with other hardships, and how she found healing in faith.

“The darkest moments of my life have also been the most transformative,” Kludt said.

In a Q&A, Kludt said she began writing the book three years ago while she was leading a small discipleship group: "I realized I wanted to share the insights and practices God had used to transform me with more than just a few people."

Kludt's book will be available on Amazon on Feb. 21, 2017.

For more information, visit her website at KristenLeighKludt.com.
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