Johns Creek resident Graham Garrison writes about fractured relationships and the road to healing in his new book “Legacy Road,” a follow-up to his 2009 “Hero’s Tribute.”
In “Hero’s Tribute” a reporter spends a week interviewing people to craft a eulogy for a hometown hero, someone he never knew. Through those conversations, the reporter sees grace in another’s life.
In “Legacy Road,” that same reporter tries to find grace in his own life and repair his fractured relationships.
“He learns the painful lesson that we are usually the ones who end up hurting those we love most, whether intentional or not,” Garrison says.
Garrison, his wife, Katie, and their two sons have lived in Johns Creek since 2006. Garrison has attended Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church for nine years while his wife and her family have been members there for about 30.
Garrison is managing editor for a healthcare company and has written for newspapers and magazines for a decade. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in journalism. Garrison was born in Fort Bragg, NC, while his father served in the 82nd Airborne.
The author will be on hand to sign his book on May 19 at 1 p.m. at Family Christian Store, 6350 North Point Parkway.
You can read more about Garrison and his work at grahamgarrisonwords.com.