30 Days at the Shore (Letters to Father)

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30 Days at the Shore (Letters to Father) by Nancy B. Brewer 

Life is a journey, filled with joys and disappointments. If we are to survive the voyage we must learn to bend like the willow tree.

Some people appear to live charmed lives, while others seem to suffer at every turn. The truth is that we all fight our secret battles. We can choose to lie down and let the world pass us by or stand up and face the wind.

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I realized it was not just my battle, but I must be strong for my caretakers and for those who love me.

Tragedy has a way of making you reflect back over your life and the people that have influenced you along the way. I believe it is our duty to pass on the lessons we have learned. “30 Days at the Shore (Letters to Father” is an uplifting and personal look at how I survived some of my most difficult days. This book is filled with “what to say and what not to say,” health tips, poems, devotions and entertaining short stories, but most of all “Hope”.

All of us at some point in our lives may either be the victim or the caretaker. If you or someone you love is struggling and searching for answers, this little book offers, “Hope.”

Also available at Amazon and Kindle 

 

 

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Life is a journey, filled with joys and disappointments. If we are to survive the voyage we must learn to bend like the willow tree.

Some people appear to live charmed lives, while others seem to suffer at every turn. The truth is that we all fight our secret battles. We can choose to lie down and let the world pass us by or stand up and face the wind.

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I realized it was not just my battle, but I must be strong for my caretakers and for those who love me.

Tragedy has a way of making you reflect back over your life and the people that have influenced you along the way. I believe it is our duty to pass on the lessons we have learned.  “30 Days at the Shore (Letters to Father” is an uplifting and personal look at how I survived some of my most difficult days. This book is filled with “what to say and what not to say,” health tips, poems, devotions and entertaining short stories, but most of all “Hope”.

All of us at some point in our lives may either be the victim or the caretaker. If you or someone you love is struggling and searching for answers, this little book offers, “Hope.”

Also available at Amazon and Kindle

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