Brand New Book by Diana Hubner!!
For twenty-seven years, Diana Hubner was an ordinary stay-at-home mother of five. Then on Father’s Day, June 17, 2012, her world was shattered when a tragic automobile accident killed her husband, Dr. W. Clayton Hubner Jr., a successful professor and businessman. He borrowed a truck for a ten-day road trip, when the tread on one of the old tires came off, causing the automobile to swerve off the highway. After much soul-searching, Diana was led to an incredible mission: to drive to each U.S. state—flying to Alaska and Hawaii, of course—learning about tire safety and buying someone a new set of tires in each state. Written with award-winning novelist Nancy Rue, and with a foreword by bestselling author of The Power of Starting Something Stupid, Richie Norton, this book is much more than a memoir—it is a call to action and a deliverance from grief.