Hurry Up and Wait No More!

English: Breat Cancer ribbons


I was approached a while back and was asked whether I’d like to tell my cancer story for an upcoming book.  It didn’t take me long to decide.  If my story could help someone, then of course I would do it.  My experience with cancer, after all, was made less complicated because of all the women who went through the medical system before me.  They set the bar, through their pain and experience, so that women like me could benefit.

I just got an e-mail from Collette A. Henry, editor of the book Hope Shining Through The Darkness Of Cancer.  The book is now available.  An e-book for now.  I took the time to read other stories in the book.  Courage is a word that easily comes to mind.   It also brought back a lot of memories I thought I had crushed.

So if you, or someone close to you, has breast cancer, (or other cancer issues) I recommend this book!


    • Yes, this monster has become too … common, dare I say. Besides living it, I’ve seen friends with him, and I’ve seen take a few away from us also.
      I know there are a lot of books out there on the subject, from just about any viewpoint imaginable. Still, if it helps one person only, I’ll be happy!
      Thanks Maurice!


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