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‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’ Will Be FREE to Download for Five Days (07/08/23)

Scottsdale, AZ – WEBWIRE
‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’
‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’

Karen M. Rosner is proud to present the Kindle edition of her bold, inspirational memoir ‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’. Despite (or perhaps because of) her being diagnosed with a life changing heart condition as an infant, undergoing six open-heart surgeries and a heart transplant, and enduring many hospitalisations besides, Karen M. Rosner’s story is one of adventure and resilience. Candid, warm, and comedic, ‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’ is a truly unique story that shows that with enough resilience and steadfastness, anyone can thrive and create a life of contentment, exploration, and incredible achievement, no matter what they face.

Karen was just twelve years old when her doctor said she would be undergoing her fifth open-heart surgery. This surgery, however, would be different from the rest: there was a fifty percent chance she would never awaken, and if she did, she would have no more than twelve hours left to live. Several days post-op, Karen woke up in the Cardiac Care Unit disorientated, exhausted, and very much alive. Now, almost five decades later, Karen stands strong as the picture of determination and positivity, even in the face of chronic illness and periods of personal hardship. Her journey here wasn’t smooth, but throughout, Karen maintained an inner strength, undeterred by others’ scepticism, prognoses, and disbelief. ‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’ is this story told in Karen’s own words, and it is as hilarious and lively as it is tender and heartwarming.

‘My 12 Hours Aren’t Up Yet’ will be Free and Available for Download on Amazon for Five Days (August 7, 2023, through to August 11, 2023) at:

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About the Author:

Karen M. Rosner has a master’s degree in social work and is currently a transplant social worker for a local hospital. She also runs a personal financial coaching business and a non-profit for transplant patients.

Karen was raised with six brothers and a sister in Massachusetts, and when she became an adult, she chased the warm weather and found it in Arizona. Before settling in Arizona, however, Karen lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, and Hawaii.

Karen has a son—her miracle child that came into her life after she was told she would not be able to have children.

Karen’s mantra is the quote by Jimmy Butler, “They told me I couldn’t. That’s why I did.” Karen believes her purpose is to serve and love the people that come into her life and is therefore committed to helping those in need.

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 My 12 Hours Arent Up Yet
 Karen M. Rosner
 Medical Biography
 Onyx Publishing

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