Life-Changing Love

The Early Years: A Memoir

The story of a young woman whose destiny was changed in one moment

COOKSTOWN, NEW JERSEY, USA, November 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Most of us will go through life with numerous ups and downs but overall, we experience it in a seemingly mundane and normal way. However, there will be those crucial moments when the course of our destiny would change forever and when that happens, it can really be a moment to remember. In the case of author Rachel G. Carrington, that life-changing moment happened during her teenage years. Despite not having a lofty job, higher education, nor grand accomplishments, her book The Early Years: A Memoir will show that her life is full and complete.

Born in a small Kentucky town in 1930, Carrington is the eldest of eleven children of low-income, strict but very loving parents. She and her family struggled to make ends meet and put food on the table yet her desire to learn pushed her to attain a high school diploma despite not having the funds to go further. She was offered a prestigious scholarship during senior year of high school but things changed. She now resides in Ocala, Florida, and continues to write with the hopes of having a sequel to this book.

The book tells the story of how Carrington’s life, as a teenager on her way to go beyond high school, changed when she crossed paths with a World War II veteran trying to pick up the pieces of a life in shambles upon returning home. As he struggled, Carrington was there for him and together they found love and went through life alongside each other, through joys and sorrows and all the other challenges a couple faces.

It is a must-have book for fans of stories about the human condition, love, and triumph against all odds. Get your copy today!

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