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Finding Joy by Tara White

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Finding Joy by Tara White


Have you spent your life giving so much of yourself to others that you no longer know who you are anymore?

40-year-old Joy Donnoly, recently widowed following her husband’s decade-long progressive illness, finds herself all alone after her triplets leave for college and university.

Without anyone to take care of for the first time in two decades, Joy realizes she has given so much of herself to take care of her family that she lost herself in the process. Unable to figure out what to do next, she falls into a depression, losing herself to television and social media to cope with her grief. When her daughters step in to do an “intervention” Joy begins a journey to rediscover herself and find a new way forward.

Join Joy on her journey of self-discovery, as she fights her way through the darkness to reclaim her identity, and in doing so, not only finds herself but finds a way to step into her future with happiness and joy.

Author Tara White wrote the majority of this book on location in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia (literally sitting on the rocks looking out into the Atlantic Ocean), and in Waikoloa, Hawaii, two of the settings in the book. The rocks and ocean on the book cover are from an actual picture taken during one of her writing sessions. She visited Nova Scotia many times a year in one of her prior jobs and took advantage of the opportunity to get out to Peggy’s Cove to squeeze in a few hours of writing on her trips. Peggy’s Cove quickly became her magical writing place where, as soon as she sits down on the rocks and opens her laptop, her fingers just start flying across the keyboard and the characters come to life! Since she started visiting Peggy’s Cove fairly regularly over five years ago, she has easily spent over a couple of hundred hours on the rocks, and on many of those visits, she searched the ocean for a whale or a dolphin, without one sighting. On her last trip to Peggy’s Cove, with her completed manuscript in the rental car in the parking lot, she was goofing around taking some sample pictures for the book cover and she saw a dolphin! She watched as the dolphin jumped out of the water, moving back and forth in front of her as it moved farther away, under the setting sun. At that moment, Tara felt the connection to her main character in one of the scenes in her book, feeling pure joy and excitement while standing on the rocks!

Tara is a Radical Change Coach and energy healer. Her life mission, in addition to entertaining people with her stories, is to help empower people to heal and transform their lives so that they can live the life of their dreams, with joy and happiness.

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Tara White is a Mohawk/Canadian author originally from Kahnawà:ke, Quebec. She loves writing stories for all ages and is the author of Take Her, There’s a Leech on My Leg, Slow Down Doggies, The Littlest Dolphin, A Hippo’s Swimming In My Bathtub, Princess Kiva and Butterboo the Baby Unicorn, Where I Belong, and I Like Who I Am. Her author website is www.tarawhiteauthor.ca.
Tara now lives and writes in southern Ontario, although her all-time favourite writing spot is sitting on the rocks in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, looking out into the Atlantic Ocean.
Tara is a Radical Change Coach, Certified Leadership Coach, and Certified Crystal Healer. She is passionate about empowering and supporting people on their journey of transformation and healing. Tara is the owner of Energy Intentions, a crystal store and energy healing/coaching practice.
 
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