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This Good Thing (Carolina's Legacy Collection Book 1)

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How can you live when you’re dying? That’s exactly what a wife and mom with a countdown clock would like to know.

Carolina Burns faces words no one wants to hear. She’s dying.

She fights for her final year on earth—until she chooses to simply live. Her husband, Ben, and their eleven-year-old daughter, Rachael, must also accept her diagnosis. Their faith will be tested, a
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Kindle Edition, 108 pages
Published February 10th 2020 by Logos & Mythos Press LLC
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Kelsey Atkins
Jan 07, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Father, give me strength—four words that set the tone for this beautiful story of a mother who’s facing a devastating diagnosis. Having recently lost someone from the exact same cancer Carolina faces, this book hit really close to home. Carolina’s strength in the book is astounding, but her struggle is also real and raw. The author doesn’t just glance over the emotional pain that comes with physical decline, she attacks it head on, showing how even in our darkest moments we can still find peace ...more
Sandy
Jun 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Bring tissues! You will need them for this beautiful story as a mom faces a grim diagnosis, supported by the faith she shares with her husband and daughter. Life is too short and we take too many things for granted. How can we all embrace this truth today, in our own lives, before we are facing our own imminent death? So many lessons to embrace in this sweet book and they will linger on long after reading! Highly recommend!
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JOY E. RANCATORE writes fiction, nonfiction and everything between. In addition to her publishing roles, Joy is a blogger, speaker, teacher, editor for fellow Indie Authors and co-host of QWERTY Writing Life Podcast.

A multi-genre Indie Author, Joy has published Any Good Thing (2019) and This Good Thing (2020). Every Good Thing and One Good Thing will complete Carolina's Legacy Collection later in
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