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Ernie Carwile was born in Munich, Germany and has lived throughout the world. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri and the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado. After high school he sold cemetery plots door-to-door in Hannibal, Missouri, and while attending college, he drove a truck for Peabody Coal Mine. Mr. Carwile has been an Air Force Officer, heavyweight boxer, and a Methodist and Congregational minister.
As a celebrated author and master storyteller, Carwile has been featured extensively in the national media including Good Morning America, Inside Edition, CNN, Associated Press, E!Online, Court TV, Clear Channel Radio, The Los Angeles Times, Rocky Mountain News, and many Denver television and radio shows.
He lives in Denver, Colorado with his award-winning author and wife, Mary Catherine Carwile. Their loving, yellow lab, Tally, who had been with them nearly 13 years passed on just before this book’s completion, leaving a hole in their hearts the size of the Grand Canyon.
Author Mary Catherine Carwile weaves a story that pulls you in and makes you feel as though you’re sitting face to face, sipping tea, visiting with an old friend.-Heartstrings at 35,000 Feet
"When you come to the edge of all you've known and are about to step into darkness, one of two things will happen. Either there will be something solid for you to stand on or you will be taught to fly." Author Mary Carwile had heard that somewhere a long time ago, but it didn't have much meaning to her at the time. It was only when several of life's unpredictable surprises pushed her into making a leap of faith. Being divorced and surviving breast cancer made her look at life a little differently. Terrified about her future, she accepted an offer from a friend to apply to become a flight attendant. After being told she'd made the cut, she found herself asking, "What have I done?" She had her wings. Now it was time to fly.
In the course of learning her new profession, a pattern began to emerge. Passengers--- strangers--- began to open up to Mary. They felt comfortable sharing their stories. What started as a story retold at a dinner party has become a book filled with heartwarming and sometimes tearful stories.-Heartstrings and Pink Ribbons
Award winning local author, Mary Carwile presents her newest book to provide hope and comfort to those dealing with breast cancer. Mary shares her emotions when she hears, “You have breast cancer” and learns that, sometimes, in the most painful moments, we find joy. Walk along with these breast cancer heroes and you’ll find yourself cheering them on. And you can help make a difference: $2.00 from every book sold will go towards Breast Cancer Research.
Mary has two grown sons, Ross and Cole, who are her proudest accomplishments.
Mary and her husband Ernie live in a wonderful, peaceful setting in Denver, Colorado.