Last Day: Free Download, Take Comfort, Too, Kindle eBook


Last Day: Free Download, Take Comfort, Too, Kindle eBook

Take_Comfort,_Too_300For five days, beginning today, you can take advantage of a free download for my Kindle eBook, Take Comfort, Too, More Reflections of Hope for Caregivers.

In Take Comfort, Too, I take 108 words–including Parade, Green, Red and Glory–and then turn each into a reflection. The reflections focus on a family caregiver’s reality, sprinkled with hope.

The reflections about the caregiving experience feel like a warm hug, a helpful smile and an encouraging nudge. Take Comfort, Too will become your daily companion, offering support, understanding and acceptance.

Readers say:
Take Comfort, Too, like Take Comfort, is a wonderful book! Denise Brown has taken ordinary words, appropriate to the seasons, and made them comforting words of encouragement. This book is a blessing which helps me in my caregiving role for my husband.”

“In reading Take Comfort, Too, I find that Denise Brown’s comforts take on just the right meaning as my caregiving role changes and, at times, becomes more difficult. I have support because I have understanding. Having been a caregiver for my mother for many years, the comforts provide me the strength I need so that my mother can continue to get the care she needs.”

“I won a copy of this book in December and I absolutely love it. I read one page a day. It feels as if Denise knows just what I am thinking. I also like the fact that there’s room left on the page for me to write my own notes. I will truly enjoy reading this book.”

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I am pretty sure this would not download directly to an iPad, correct? I know there is a free Kindle app for iPad. However, I can't download that without entering credit card information. So, to get a FREE app to be able to read a FREE book, I have to give up my credit card information. The world has gone crazy trying to get all our personal data. Pardon my vent - it's certainly not directed at you.