1. That’s beautiful. I just lost my brother to cancer on February 11th. I was with him the entire final day. You should put a link to the book in the comments.

  2. Timothy Selleck says:

    Wonderful article and glad to see the Bible references. Well done!

  3. I read your book and absolutely loved it. We all have those in healed places within and your story touched one of my own ❤️

  4. I read The Mermaid’s Sister and fell in love with a new author. But now… But God…
    My heart aches with yours even as it recognizes the tender hand of our Shepherd, who has walked us both through the valley of the shadow of death.
    I love CS Lewis’ though that if we have longings that cannot be met here – in this life – it’s because we are meant for another.

  5. Dawn Shipman says:

    Thanks so much for this, Carrie Anne. Your story and memories touched my heart.

  6. KT Sweet says:

    Carrie Anne, I read the Mermaid’s Sister and loved it. To now learn the story’s own story brings tears to my eyes. With the Lord’s blessings, you have made beauty from ashes. The book is a fitting, stunning tribute to your love for your sister. Thank you for sharing your heart here and in your writing.

  7. I always find it amazing that our most effective and beautiful writing comes out of pain. I read The Mermaid’s Sister and enjoyed it and wished it was longer. haha! Thanks for sharing with us, Carrie. ((hugs))

    • Carrie Anne Noble says:

      Isn’t it amazing that God loves us so much He never wastes our pain? Thanks for reading & the hugs!

  8. justasheep1 says:

    Thank you Carrie for your tender reminder of the fragility and fleeting life we live on earth and God power, provision and love ever-present in our pain and loss. I look forward to reading your book ❤ Blessings!

  9. Karen Bowman says:

    I don’t knowhow to convey how you touched me, my dear Carrie. I read your expose and following comments to Bob. The Lord has gifted you. Love your books and you.

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