Author Pamela Hearon of Anna will be releasing a new women's fiction novel, titled "Gaining Visibility."
The book is is set to be released in October by Kensington Publishing Corp.
Her newest story is described in a news release from Kensington Publishing as "poignant and uplifting ... an exhilarating story of one woman’s realization that even the deepest scars have a beauty of their own — and that it’s time to take her place in the sun once more."
The story's main character, Julia Reinholt, is a 48-year-old who is "invigorated by the Italian countryside," after hardships including breast cancer, a husband who leaves her, and a daughter who moves far away. Reinholt's male interest is a stone mason named Vitale DeLuca who sees "something she is no longer able to recognize in herself," according to Kensington's release.
"Gaining Visibility" is one of ten books listed on Hearon's website.
Hearon, who is originally from Paducah, earned a RITA Award in 2013, as a long contemporary series romance finalist for her work "Out of the Depths." RITA awards are prominent awards given throughout the genre of romance fiction, presented by Romance Writers of America.
— The Southern