?It?s All Good? is written as the result of a mother?s journey through her daughter?s unexpected death from cancer. Unlike most books on this topic, it deals with the day to day struggles caused from grief and heartache. The book touches on Julia?s early life in a small town in Kentucky, her two daughters, remarriage and the challenges of her husbands own health issues. It?s raw and honest. It?s about those days when you think if you have to attend another birthday, wedding or holiday event, you will go absolutely crazy. Those days when you question God and why you?re still alive and your child isn?t. Those days when you feel so distant and far away from your family and friends. Those long, cold days of darkness and despair. And, yet, how can going in to a dusty, cluttered home office change your life? How can picking up a small, never read book bring you to your knees? How can three simple words, ?it?s all good?, over power and erase every day of hopelessness? Totally unprepared and unexpected, it did.