Filomena Tripp author of Invisible Courage has written a compelling novel that shows us the way through and beyond adversity.
Filomena Tripp cries out in agony after the sudden death of her husband. Flash backs from her life begin to haunt her. Born in 1955 in São Miguel, Azores with undeveloped arms and one undeveloped leg, struggle is all she has ever known. This midlife catastrophe nearly destroys her spirit and at the same time challenges her to find something wonderful about her life and more importantly, herself.
Filomena reminds us to look deeply within and rediscover what has been hidden.
Invisible Courage is a moving testament to the power and resilience of the human spirit.
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Calibre – Calibre is the most popular third-party ebook software for managing your library and for converting ebooks to other formats. It’s one of the most common ways to send non-Amazon ebooks to a Kindle, and with a plugin you can easily remove the DRM from ePub ebooks to convert them to Kindle format.
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