August 12, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "REPAIRING RAINBOWS" ENDED

AUGUST 12th to AUGUST 26th, 2011

REPAIRING RAINBOWS
by LYNDA FISHMAN

SYNOPSIS:
  At thirteen years old, Lynda's life comes to a disastrous halt when her mother and two younger sisters are killed in a plane crash. Her father, overcome by despair, simply continues to exist, in a state devoid of hope. After burying a wife and two young children at the age of 44, the overwhelming responsibility of raising a daughter alone completely immobilizes him.
  Teetering on that tender brink between childhood and adolescence, Lynda faces the responsibility of a father in a complete state of shock, a house to take care of and hundreds of decisions about how to proceed with their shattered lives.
  In Repairing Rainbows she candidly describes the agonizing memories, deafening silence and endless hardships that are the fallout of incredible loss. As we follow her through marriage, motherhood and her own spiritual journey, Lynda reveals her complex feelings of hope, anger, pity and determination. Most importantly, she learns the crucial difference between "truly living" and the existence that is so often mistaken for being alive.
  A true story, written by a woman whose normal and abundant life hides a terrible past, Repairing Rainbows is loaded with important lessons to help others overcome struggles and obstacles, and fulfill their lives. It is a powerful, captivating, riveting and easy-to-read story that will undoubtedly touch the hearts of its readers.

THANKS TO WONDERFUL
AUTHOR, LYNDA FISHMAN
 
I HAVE TWO (2) SIGNED COPIES
OF THIS TRUE STORY TO GIVE AWAY.
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*GIVEAWAY ENDS AUGUST 26th AT 6PM EST*
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53 comments:

kitkat234 said...

I would like to read it because it sounds like she overcame a lot of different things in her life
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Gigi Ann said...

I would like to read the book, because my father died when I was 4 years old, and my mother was left to finish raising 8 children ages 4-17. However, she managed and I wonder if they faced any of the same problems we did. Which in my young eyes were few.

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Tribute Books said...

Thanks Cheryl for offering such a great giveaway and good luck to all who enter.

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Gloria Walshver said...

I read the synopsis and was overcome by the fact that a young girl could go through such a tragedy and no one to guide her.
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Maureen said...

I would like to read about Lynda's life and how she copes with everything.
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Victoria Zumbrum said...

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ann said...

sometime you just are alive but not really living your life.
tragedy and how they survived it


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mamabunny13 said...

I want to read it because this young girl overcomes so many obstacles.
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Anonymous said...

In the synopsis of the book I am drawn to the idea of a young woman overcoming severe trauma to pick up the pieces and continue on with her life. I too have had a difficult year and am striving to do the same as this character; to remain strong and continue forward. I would like to read this book, thanks!
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Diane Melendez said...

I would love to read this. Going through difficult times myself and can use any insight possible to make a positive way forward.

Donzi said...

inspiration is always a an interesting read to me

Karen said...

Sounds very inspiring :)

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Anastasia said...

I love the idea of a girl coming to age in a crisis and seeing how she develops :) Thanks for the giveaway :)

TyNapier said...

I like the struggle with lose issue. Loss is something we are always facing in life.

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Marilyn Legault said...

I love reading these type of books.

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I like that th book positively addresses survival after the loss of loved ones. The fact that it is a true story makes it that much better.

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Anonymous said...

This sounds so great since it is true to life and I really enjoy these books.



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degood said...

I am interested in how she is able to overcome her own past to start "truely" living vs. just existing.

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Anonymous said...

It sounds like a great book...love hearing about how people overcome things.
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Anonymous said...

I like that it is nonfiction.

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Shari said...

I like that it is a true story.
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Erin Cook said...

I really want to win this book because its a true story of hope.
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susansmoaks said...

I would love to read this because I like to read about stories of repair.
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Jessica K. said...

I would love to read this book to see how Lynda repairs her life and her father's life. She seems like a strong person. That is why i'd like to read it
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