Starshine Galaxy is the publishing home of Tomorrow Comes (2014) by Donna Mebane

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Award-winning book with a masterful one-of-a-kind view of the AFTER-world. Captivating! Comforting! Wonderfully uplifting!

Providing a remarkably hopeful way of thinking about what happens when a young adult dies, Donna Mebane shares a vision of what her 19-year old daughter, Emma, might be experiencing after she went to sleep one night and never woke up. Tomorrow Comes is partly fact – with a focus on how family members cope differently with the loss – and partly fiction – with presentation of a wonderfully embracing “other world” called AFTER in which Emma “connects” with loved ones to help get them to a better place, begins to figure out how this strange but inviting new world works, and is able to stay being herself – a popular almost twenty-something who literally shines with happiness, love of life, and commitment to friends and family.

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Tomorrow Comes is an internationally acclaimed novel, with 11 notable book awards

Starshine Galaxy recently announced that Tomorrow Comes is the 2014 winner of eleven awards from six major award competitions in eight different genres and three special categories, including best first novel (NextGen Indie Books) and grand prize finalist (Eric Hoffer). See the Awards section for more details.

Author Donna Mebane joins the ranks of Huffington Post bloggers with this December entry:




Starshine Galaxy is a cottage publisher, and we are currently the proud home of two books in print:

  • Tomorrow Comes (2014) by Donna Mebane – People dealing with the death of a loved one – especially the expected loss of a child, a sibling, or close friend – will get a much needed lift from reading Tomorrow Comes because, on the day that Emma did not open her eyes in our world, they popped open bright and shiny in an AFTER-world so credible and comforting that you soon find yourself hoping that it’s real.
    Paperback 978-0-9857608-2-3, $12.99
    Kindle eBook 978-0-9857608-3-0, $5.99
  • A Book Abot Chaps (2011) by Emma Mebane – an original collection of shapes (chaps), colorfully rendered and labeled in a way that only a first-grader could. This honest, artful representation – a work that we all will recognize – celebrates learning, and it encourages us to laugh at our own shortcomings. Published posthumously.
    Paperback 978-0-615-52092-6, $4.95

We also have one new book coming soon:

  • Update 21: A Journal of Spiritual Victory (2014) by Beth Bello – Beth Bello had to grapple with the questions – What is the best course of action when you find out that you are facing Stage 4 breast cancer? How do you live when you know you are dying? How do you battle for your life while simultaneously surrendering it? This book describes how she did it, in her own amazing words. In this very personal journal, Beth shares the details of her battle, as it happens, with an amazing support group (her “prayer warriors”). As the battles escalates, she demonstrates how she surpassed the ultimate test of faith. Beth’s story will inspire you, in whatever difficult circumstances you may find yourself, to live richly and to face death when it comes with dignity, wisdom, and grace.
    Paperback 978-0-9857608-9-2, $TBD


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