Linda Carter’s New Book ‘There Was a Little Girl in the Corner’ is an Inspirational Life Story of How Love, Music, and Faith Navigated a Girl Away From Utter Distress

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Jul 26, 2022

Fulton Books author Linda Carter, a unit secretary at a local hospital and a mental illness survivor, has completed her most recent book “There Was a Little Girl in the Corner”: a touching testimony that displays the power of faith and will and how one girl used them to overcome obstacles. It is a tale of a woman whose childhood shaped her into the brave and loving person that she is at this moment.

Melissa Burgio shares, “Meeting Linda Carter today you would have no idea the turmoil she went through growing up. Her story is full of sadness yet strength to overcome many obstacles. She tells of her mother’s strength and that strength shines through Mrs. Carter!! Sadness and stress swept through this family yet was overcome with strength and faith. It is an inspiration to all who read this story. I am in awe of the details she remembers from her childhood right down to what was purchase for her first day of school. This is a story of strength and faith and love.  Her love for music and the Lord are inspirational. The story of how these trials helped get her through her most difficult times and bring her out of the corner is a great read. That the little girl in the corner grew up to be such a strong loving individual.”

Published by Fulton Books, Linda Carter’s book tells of an amazing feat that a woman achieved in her life. It tells about how seemingly endless challenges suffered in complete darkness carved bravery and faith in her soul that allowed that one little child escape the inescapable corner she was bound onto.

Readers who wish to experience this awe-inspiring work can purchase “There Was a Little Girl in the Corner” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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