Feb. 17, 2021

A Good Day - Julie Carter


We tend to depart the presence of loved ones by sending wishes to "Have a Good Day," without thinking what that really means and also assuming that their day begins once they have left our presence.  Join author Julie Carter as she shares her book, A Good Day as it chronicles the daily routine of "CJ" as he and his family give us insight that a good day truly starts at home, from the moment you wake and in the company of those you love.

About our Author

Julie Carter was born and raised on 32 sq miles in the middle of the Caribbean Sea on a beautiful island in the US Virgin Islands (“Rock City” St. Thomas) to a single and working class mother who did everything she could to make sure her children did not fall victim to their circumstances.  Leaving the islands at age 17, she’s experienced life in extraordinary ways. Julie rights to inspire her kids with their own lives in print and color. She and her family now reside in Virginia.

A Good Day is Julie's first book and is available on in paperback and for Kindle on Amazon.com.

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About our Host
Zenzi Hodge is the author of the 2014 children's book, The Never Snowy Christmas.  The story tells the tale of a young boy wanting it to snow in his island home of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands and the antics he employs to make it snow in paradise.

Julie Carter

Author

Julie Carter was born and raised on 32 sq miles in the middle of the Caribbean Sea on a beautiful island in the US Virgin Islands (“Rock City” St. Thomas) to a single and working class mother who did everything she could to make sure her children did not fall victim to their circumstances. Leaving the islands at age 17, she’s experienced life in extraordinary ways. Julie rights to inspire her kids with their own lives in print and color. She and her family now reside in Virginia.