The Grieving Light book

The Grieving Light is now available for purchase! Head over to Amazon (select book image) to purchase the the kindle version or paperback copy.



“I grabbed your book earlier tonight and I just have to say, amazing! Your book goes beyond just helping through grieving, but everyday life. Such a wonderful read! I am looking forward to using the tools you provided in all my future trials.”
— Jessica

The Grieving Light was well written. I am not grieving a death but I am grieving and I felt like the words spoke straight to my soul. Lots of helpful suggestions and lots of Bible verses and knowledge to help guide you through an unfortunate process.
— Jill

“I really enjoyed reading this book. It was very relatable to my own experience with the loss of my father in 2010. I wish this book would have been available back then. If you are grieving or have ever lost a parent it is definitely worth a read.”

“This book wraps you up in a hug from the beginning to end. If you’ve ever experienced grief you know how lonely it can feel. Reading this helps you to know you’re not alone and that grief is a journey that doesn’t have a time limit. If you need comfort and support, read this book!! ♥️”

“A touching story with real-life talk that although grief is hard and some days will look dark, there is light through it. The author gives first hand advice and tips to get you through all of the phases of grief while encouraging you to remember no two situations will be the same and she uses her experience to help give you a guide to make it through your own.”

“The love among the author, Randi Knight and her family, is so touching! As a childhood best friend of her mother, reading about Randi’s personal journey through the loss of her parents and learning about the “various tools” she has used “to find the light” is inspiring. Thank you, Randi, for writing this book with “the seasons of [your] life.””

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