Live Today!!!! New Edition!


#LiveToday! #99cents! “Abuse, heartache, love and losing a child. Never did she give up on love. ‘When Angels Fly‘ well worth the read.”

Review: Sarah is wracked with every possible adverse event a mother could face. She grew up with the mother from “hell,” a woman who dragged her around the house by her hair. To get away, she married a man who was an alcoholic and a wife beater, mentally and physically. Sarah finally found the happiness she sought in the baby, Joshua, who passed away early on. Then came two other healthy boys, Noah and Eli. Things were looking up for Sarah. Until the unthinkable happened. Eli came down with Cancer, a rare and aggressive form that zapped the life out of him. This is the story of Sarah’s struggle to care for and keep Eli alive with the help of some superb medical professionals and despite some inept and incompetent doctors and nurses. To add fuel to this fire, mother Ethel and husband Henry do their best to sabotage everything Sarah tries to do for her son. There are the court hearings, the constant verbal abuse, recording conversations, and stealing Sarah’s documentaries about her son’s care. The divorce that takes way-to-long to finalize.

But, along with that, there are the good times. The moments when Eli sets up squirt water game at the medical professionals with a needleless syringe—and other games that make Eli and his mother laugh. There’s Eli’s little red tricycle that he races down he hallways. There’s Matt, a true and increasingly deep friend who surrounds Sarah with love, something she’s needed for a long time.

“What ever was attacking his thin little body was simply eating up all the platelets as soon as they were transfused.” ~ Sarah

“Just when I thought I couldn’t cry anymore, out poured more tears. I cried silently around Eli as my heart broke into a million pieces.” ~ Sarah.

When Angels Fly” is a cross between memoir and journal. I can’t imagine the story being written any other way. 

The book engrossed me so that I fell into the lives and surroundings of Sarah, Eli, Noah, Ardy, Matt—Henry, Ethel and Gavin and all the medical staff. They were a fascinating study of humanity (and non-humanity.) I gave this story five stars. It was well-worth the read and embraced my entire emotional center. ~ Patricia A. Guthrie

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