Clara Hinton is best known for her writings on grief associated with child loss. Her first book, Silent Grief: Finding Your Way Through the Darkness, was published over twenty years ago and is still being used by thousands of bereaved parents. Recently Hinton released another book Child Loss: The Heartbreak and the Hope following the unexpected death of her son Mike. This book has quickly grown in popularity among those seeking hope from the heartbreak of loss. Hinton saw a need for those grieving losses to have daily nourishment for the soul, so her newest book Hope 365: Daily Meditations for the Grieving Heart was born. This book gives 365 daily gifts of hope to readers and provides the strength needed to sustain the pain of loss and grief. As Goethe said, “In all things it is better to hope than despair.” When loss makes no sense, this book will bring to life miraculous moments of hope and healing.