Honored to be a guest blogger for Gilda’s Club spreading the message of some of the many ways they help those with cancer and their co-survivors. Read the guest blog here: https://www.gildasclubmadison.org/blog/starting-and-stopping-starting-again/
Cancer hasn’t been put on hold during this pandemic. I continue to be blessed with the impact “Surviving the Pink Ribbon” is making. From Tammy: “Inspiring and helpful. I encourage everyone to read this book. It isn’t just for those with cancer but anyone who has a friend or loved one dealing with the terrible disease. The author does an amazing job opening our eyes to what an individual experiences emotionally and physically and how we are able to help them cope with the process and emptions they feel.”
Read my fun (and useful) guest blog here: https://indieuntangled.com/knitting-on-the-road/
Grateful for another 5-star review for “Surviving the Pink Ribbon”. Sharon wrote: “I sent a copy to my granddaughter-in-law as she is going through the same procedures. She said that it was very helpful to see another perspective… My husband and neighbor read it also and enjoyed it very much.”
Recently I was blessed with this feedback on “Surviving the Pink Ribbon”.
“Wanted to let you know I ordered a copy of your book from Amazon to share with the young woman… diagnosed with… ovarian cancer… I just thought the guidance and practical approach you provide is helpful to any woman going through a cancer treatment regimen… I thought your insight and experience would be very helpful.”
“Surviving the Pink Ribbon” contains practical advice for cosurvivors—those helping someone through cancer. I used some of my own advice to create a gift for a male friend going through cancer treatment. His daughter remarked, “What you made for my dad was one of the most thoughtful gifts I’ve ever seen and it means the world!!” If you’re wondering what I made, you can find it on page 33 of “Surviving the Pink Ribbon”.
Just finished reading “Big Magic” by Elizabeth Gilbert. Her themes of courage, enchantment, permission, persistence, trust and divinity as they relate to creativity are so real and encouraging. This book is in my top three for writers or really any creative person. The two that round out that trio? “Bird by Bird” by Anne Lamott and “The Creative Habit” by Twyla Tharp. Do you have a favorite?
Honored to be selected by r.r.campbell to speak in the latest episode of his Writescast Network Profiles in Encouragement series. To listen, subscribe to The Writescast Network podcast or listen on YouTube At this link .
What an honor to see a copy of my book, “Surviving the Pink Ribbon”, on display at the oncology clinic. No appointment for me. Just dropped off a sweet treat for the amazing staff. Another blessing, when I was updating documents for the close of 2019. My book has been purchased by booklovers from California to Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to Florida, and outside the USA as well. I pray that readers will be assisted and encouraged.
While browsing in my local library, I spotted my book, “Surviving the Pink Ribbon”. How exciting! Love my local library.