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Toward Daylight: becoming a writer, despite everything

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In this modern-day Easter story, Tracy Lee Karner tells the true story of moving into a fixer- upper cabin where she learned to live with a life-changing, incurable illness. In those secluded five-acres of woods in the mountains of New Hampshire, she and her chef-husband found sustenance in the kitchen and developed the faith to find joy in living with adversity.
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Kindle Edition, 300 pages
Published December 13th 2012 by Rose Hall Media Company
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I love to read! I don't set goals because they stress me out, but I usually read 2-3 books/week. My current loves are: Literary Memoir; Literary Fiction; Victorian Literature; Women's Fiction with a literary bent; whatever my friends with good literary taste recommend. And cookbooks.

I also write and edit, but I'm here to talk about books I read, not to push books I've been involved in producing.

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