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Loneliness, fear and terror; the darkness of a moonless life; the ability to find meaning through hardship, to hold on to life despite the circumstances, will be put to the ultimate test. Readers will witness a tale of survival and the search for happiness showcasing the inner strength and power within women everywhere in Dia Lynne Cardo’s gripping novel, “Womankind Book II: The Lean Years.”
Cardo’s book is about courage, determination, and abilities demonstrating the capabilities that women unknowingly possess. The book reveals the qualities allowing women left alone to not only survive but to also bring happiness to this task of survival. This book asks the question “Do women need men for survival?” Readers will see for themselves in these pages.
The desperate ordeal, the arduous trial to survive, in solitude amidst a hostile environment, is a testament in itself. Cardo offers this to all those willing to witness sights that are not for the faint of heart, all within the narrative of “Womankind Book II: The Lean Years.”
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About the Author
Dia Lynne Cardo calls Alabama her home but was born and raised in the mountains of Kentucky. Her education comes from the experiences life gives us all. She is divorced but was married to an Army Soldier for 29 years. She has one daughter and two grandsons. She lives quietly among her flowers, her writing and the appreciative thoughts of all the good things life has given her.
Womankind Book II * by Dia Lynne Cardo
The Lean Years
Publication Date: October 21, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 69 pages; 9781493115877
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