Recent Reviews for Marcia H. Carter
Stephen's Moon (Book) - 10/21/2003 7:59:54 PM|
I think "A quarter falling from God's pocket" is an extraordinary thing for a boy that age to say. He was a poet, even if he
didn't known it. :) I think you would like my poem, "A Portal To Glory", if you have time to look at it.
Ora's Farm (Book) - 12/28/2002 1:08:24 PM
I love the book. I am actually Ora's great neice. I love how finally eberyone has embraced the " old southern ways" into their hearts.Uncle Ora will keep you feeling young forever.
Ora's Farm (Book) - 11/1/2001 2:28:57 PM
This is yet another excellent book written by a wonderful and talented author!! The book shows how people deal with things thrown in their lap. I, like Marcia, lost my child 3 years ago and she has been an inspiration to me. I am very thankful the Marcia uses her loss to help others! Way to go Marcia!!!!
Stephen's Moon (Book) - 4/24/2001 1:13:14 PM
This book was wonderfully written. I am glad that Marcia was
able to write her experiences and feelings to help others
like me deal with our pain of loosing a child. I lost my
child May 10, 1998 and I can't explain the pain, but having
someone out there to share helps to know that I am not alone
and there is someone who cares and understands.
I give her a lot of praise for all she has been through and
how she turned it into a positive instead of a negative. I
too made the death of my son into a positive helping others
dealing with the same loss. I am the Outreach Coordinator for
The Compassionate Friends, Fredericksburg, VA Chapter. With
out TCF and people like Marcia, I wouldn't have made it as
far as I have.
Thank you Marcia and God Bless you!
Mrs. Butterworth (Short Story) - 8/9/2003 5:35:19 PM
Well, I hope you're happy, you made me cry! ;) Thanks for a funny, happy, sad story.
Mrs. Butterworth (Short Story) - 3/10/2003 4:09:24 PM
enjoyed the tale, more please
Mrs. Butterworth (Short Story) - 3/19/2002 6:47:52 PM
A wonderful memoir, Marcia. Your wise, intelligent style is warm, lucid and balanced. Memoirs can be so thouroughly drenched in emotional spirit, that unconnected reader often becomes overwhelmed. Your style bypasses that complication, by your use of metaphore and remarkably balanced emotional imagery. A tremendous insight into a prodigious talent.
Mrs. Butterworth (Short Story) - 11/1/2001 2:35:26 PM
This is a wonderful short story. I truly can relate to Marcia and what she has been through. This touched me deeply as I too lost a son 3 years ago at the age of 3 1/2 years old. Thank you Marcia for sharing with all of us.