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Local author's new book offers comfort to readers

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SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — The holidays are a time for family, but for some it can be difficult time, especially if they're dealing with the loss of a loved one.  

Local author Phyllis Hall visited Morning Extra to share how she turned the pain of losing her son and step-son into a way to help others.  

Phyllis is the founder of With Me Always, Inc. And the author of a new book, "With Me Always."  

The book is available online in three versions for different audiences, with religious and non-religious versions. 

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