Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Taylor's Gift By Todd and Tara Storch Giveaway!


In March 2010, thirteen-year-old Taylor Storch's life was tragically cut short by a skiing accident. With only a few minutes to consider their options, her grieving family made the life-changing decision to donate her organs. Knowing Taylor's caring spirit, they were sure this was what she would have wanted. Over the course of the next two years, Tara and Todd Storch connected with four of the five people who now live because of Taylor's gift. And through these encounters, the Storches have discovered unexpected blessings that are changing countless lives.

Now Tara and Todd share their inspiring story, shining a light at the end of the tunnel for those enduring the suffering of losing a loved one. Through the stories of the donor recipients, readers will discover hope in the midst of pain. Honest with their struggles, the Storches show readers that life is a gift and our response to grief is a choice. They also speak with a clear voice about the importance and the blessing of being an organ donor, telling the inspiring story of the creation of Taylor's Gift Foundation and its goals to raise awareness of the need for organ donation, to re-gift life, renew health, and restore families. They are changing the conversation around the globe that organ donation is not about death--it's about life! Foreword by Max Lucado.
 
Pick up your copy and one for a friend here


A real story of HOPE!
This book touched me so much,  it is a great healing story.
The tears just poured as I read this book but I was also so blessed to have been able to read the blessings that took place if not for the tragedy.
This is one of the strongest families.
It is my hope that each and everyone of you will pick up a copy of this book as well as share it with someone you love.
 
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher.

16 comments:

  1. I am ready for a positive book, So bring it on. Thanks for this review Mary.

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  2. Thanks for your review Mary. I can't wait to read this book. I love your reviews, they are so helpful!

    Blessings!
    Judy B

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    1. Judy, You are the WINNER! I will get your book right out to you!

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    2. Thank you Mary! I am sooo looking forward to reading this book! I know I will be crying my eyes out!

      Blessings and Love!
      Judy B

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  3. Such a book filled with hope, so needed right now. I really want to read this book. This just got put on the top of my must read list.


    Thank you Mary for finding books that open eyes and bring hope.

    God bless
    Cathy Weber
    Cdweber20@hotmail.com

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  4. Great review, Mary...What a inspiring book!!!

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  5. Thanks for this review I am headed to amazon to pick up a copy.

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  6. I think we all could use a little hope in our lives. Thanks for sharing this book with us Mary. I would love to read it. Thanks for the chance to win it. It is hard to let go of a loved one but to give life to others is a great blessing.
    Blessings
    joeym11@frontier.com

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  7. This sounds like a good book that everyone needs to read. Thanks for the great review Mary.

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  8. I really want to read this one, but my library says they have no plan to purchase it, and I can't buy it myself. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

    Karen Schulz
    aregeetee5162 at yahoo dot com

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  9. I liked the review, thanks.

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  10. Sounds like an inspiring story. Thanks for the opportunity to get this book.
    Lyndie Blevins

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  11. This sound like a book that would help others to donate their organs.I am a organ donor .Thanks for the offer sweet lady .Blessings ,Dana "Girl"

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  12. A beautiful review of an awe-inspiring book! Thank you, Mary! It's on my list!

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  13. Thanks Mary. I would love to read this book about two people's courage to help others. I've thought of doing this myself. At my age and some of my problems, not sure what all could work for someone else. As far as my kidneys, I've not had problems, just that they've already worked for 78 years. It does fill me with joy tho when I hear things like this. Please put my name in.
    Maxie mac262(at)me(dot)com

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