"The Legacy Letters reveals to us the stories, memories, and music of a dying father, which ultimately becomes the practical, moral, and spiritual gift and guidebook for his children he'd never live to see, and for his wife, his redemptive story of love."
Carew Papritz's writing is superb, and his advice is common-sense smart. This is a book to savor.
Here's the First Paragraph:
8806 Cutterson Street
Seattle, WA 98002
Dear Mr. Tremayne - Editor:
It was nineteen years ago that my husband and I faced what seemed an irreconcilable difference, now minor in retrospect, that caused us to separate. Shortly after his leaving, I found that I was pregnant with twins, but out of anger I did not share this information with him. It was at this time that our tragedy deepened. My husband learned that he was terminally ill and then heard through a mutual friend that I was pregnant. For fear of placing my pregnancy in jeopardy, he decided not to notify me of his impending death. Instead, he lived alone for another seven months, dying far away from his family and friends.
Teaser Tuesday (from 21% on my Kindle):
I've seen more brats per square inch from folks not taking charge and letting kids know where the boundaries are. Part of loving kids is laying down fencelines. They need to know immediately when they've crossed a line; otherwise, the lesson doesn't get learned.
Genre: Fiction / Relationships / Motivational
Length: 253 Pages
Amazon Link: The Legacy Letters
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