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I know it sounds really tacky to ask for reviews for a book of this nature, and for that I apologize. But, the way Amazon works is based off of funky algorithms. And one of those is based on the number of positive comments we receive.

My intent is for as many parents that need the book Sunshine after the Storm receive the book. We will try to get it into as many hands as possible for FREE, but I also want it to be found easily when someone is actively searching for it.

So, if you’ve read the book and have positive things to say, would you please visit the Amazon page and leave a good review? This will help us be at the top of the list in our category. And the proceeds from our sales goes back into donating more books.

Like this one, that was donated to Jen on Mother’s Day. I received a sweet email from her yesterday.

Just over two weeks ago, my son Laughton was born at just about 28 weeks (he was born on Mother’s Day). He was sent up to be one of God’s angels later that evening. The hospital gave me your book, Sunshine after the Storm, and I have already finished it. If you only knew the strength it gave me! I wanted to let you know I mentioned it in my latest blog post….I hope others find it in their time of need now and in the future. Thanks. ~ Jen

You can read more about Jennifer’s story here. She has just recently lost her baby, and could probably use some extra love.

What Others Have Said

“It has been almost 8 years since I lost my daughter, and sadly I have had more losses since. I remember eight years ago combing the bookstore and library shelves and reading what little was out there. Very little. And none of it helped me feel less alone, which is what I think I was really searching for. This book is such a gift, so many stories from so many points of view. I hope if you are grieving this will give you some comfort.” ~Anne Marie

“Sunshine After the Storm is a beautifully written collection of stories that tugged at my heartstrings and made me cry in ways I don’t think I ever have. Yet at the same time, it allowed me to feel connected and not so alone. I suffered a miscarriage several years ago. We were devastated. My single biggest regret is that we did not give our unborn child a name. Sunshine After the Storm not only contains real stories from those who have suffered similar and even more devastating losses, but it also includes Survival Tips and coping strategies. I’ve learned that it is never too late. It’s never too late to grieve. It’s never too late to let yourself feel new emotions. And, for me, it’s never too late to name the baby who I know in my heart was a boy. I’m thankful to know several of the authors in the book, including the lead editor and project manager, Alexa. They are women who give me daily inspiration and make me feel like there is sunshine after the storm.” ~ Crystal

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