Clarks Summit author’s work featured in Chicken Soup For The Soul’s newest book


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‘Words Behind Bars,’ by Clarks Summit resident Julie Overholser was chosen from thousands of entries as one of the 101 stories in Chicken Soup For The Soul’s newest book, ‘Think Possible,’ set for release on Oct. 6.


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CLARKS SUMMIT — A Clarks Summit resident’s story was published in Chicken Soup For The Soul’s newest book, “Think Possible,” set for release on Oct. 6.

“Words Behind Bars,” by Julie Overholser was chosen from thousands of entries as one of the 101 stories in the publication.

Pre-press orders are now being accepted as a fundraiser for the faith-based prison ministry Bound Together, a branch of the Clarks Summit-based non-profit organization The Jacob Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation, of which the author’s husband, Jamie Overholser, is founder and director. Orders can be placed by calling 570-212-2244 by Sept. 28.

Pre-ordered books must be paid for in advance and cost $13. If shipping is needed, a fee of $3.50 is added.

Duffy’s in Clarks Summit will host a book signing from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 9. Those who purchase a pre-press copy may pick it up that evening. Copies will also be available then for $15 each.

‘Words Behind Bars,’ by Clarks Summit resident Julie Overholser was chosen from thousands of entries as one of the 101 stories in Chicken Soup For The Soul’s newest book, ‘Think Possible,’ set for release on Oct. 6.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_ABJ-Chicken-Soup.jpg‘Words Behind Bars,’ by Clarks Summit resident Julie Overholser was chosen from thousands of entries as one of the 101 stories in Chicken Soup For The Soul’s newest book, ‘Think Possible,’ set for release on Oct. 6. Submitted artwork

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