The story Mash shares in “Morning Glories” gives readers the courage to know that it is okay to let go.
LA VERNIA, Texas (PRWEB) February 13, 2017
While dealing with the death of a close family member, Tracey A. Mash was inspired to write “Morning Glories” (published by AuthorHouse) in hope of encouraging others that death is not the final chapter for love.
Originally published in January of 2005 and recently revised, this book, based on true events tells the story of a mother and her two daughters whose lives are unexpectedly turned upside-down as they discover one of them is dying from cancer, and how one simple request can change a person's faith.
“Cancer is still so prevalent in the world today. People are dying every day from this dreadful disease and not just adults. Teenagers, young kids, and babies are losing their lives to cancer and there's still not a cure. But I feel research is making great strides to finding cures for all cancer patients,” Mash says. “People need to know that they are not in this alone. Especially those of us who have lost loved ones to lung cancer and the patient is oftentimes made to feel as if it's entirely their fault that they have this deadly disease due to their smoking and/or tobacco addiction.”
The story Mash shares in “Morning Glories” gives readers the courage to know that it is okay to let go. They can love someone while at the same time say goodbye without having the feeling of guilt and because of that ability to release their loved ones from the pain and suffering they have endured it allows them to take that final rest.
About the Author
Tracey A. Mash, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, and a graduate of Charles Sumner H.S. has been married to her husband, Donald for over 22 years whom she met while serving a tour of duty in the Navy at Naval Hospital Long Beach, Long Beach, California. They currently reside in LaVernia, Texas. Mash has her B. A. in Business Management with a minor in Entrepreneurship focusing on Nonprofit Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and CEO of a nonprofit organization called D.I.V.A’s, Divine Intercession for Virtuous Adolescents, a mentorship for young ladies between the ages of 11 and 18.
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