Free: Digital Copy of Angie Smith’s book!

Angie Smith, author of the blog Bring the Rain, and wife of Selah artist Todd Smith has written a book about their story of loss and grief called “I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy”.

If you don’t know their story, at 18 weeks gestation, they found out that their little girl would not survive. They decided to carry her to term, she gave birth, and little Audrey lived just 2 hours. Her blog is powerful and moving and while I have not read the book myself (just downloaded it) I would highly recommend you do. Especially those of you who have death with loss.

Barnes and Noble currently has it as a free download, you just have to set up an account, and I’d jump on this quickly as I’m sure it’s a limited time thing!

And please spread the word and pass this on to your friends!

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Donielle is an amateur herbalist and natural momma to two littles (with another babe in heaven) after dealing with being less than fertile. She has a passion for nourishing nutrition, natural living, and spreading the word on how food truly affects our health.

Comments

  1. I couldn’t get it…you have to enter a credit card number, even though it’s free….bummer! Must look for this, though, it looks great!!!

    donielle Reply:

    @heather harris, :-) Yea, I don’t mind having a card on file as that’s how a lot of my online resources work now a days. So many seem to be going to the ‘default’ card thing. I don’t use credit cards per se, but I do have one just for online purchases. (of course I pay it off when the bill comes!)

  2. Thanks so much for posting this! I downloaded it, but now I can’t seem to figure out how to get the eReader to open it (on my Mac). If anyone has suggestions, let me know. :)
    Michele

  3. Thank so much for letting us know about this! I was a little unsure about giving my CC info, too, but I order enough from BN that I know they are safe.

  4. Tiffany P. says:

    I downloaded this and read half of it. Thanks for sharing this!

    She lost her baby the same week my son was born still born.