I received a wonderful new 5 Star review for The Big C. Check it out here.
My short memoir is currently available through all outlets for $1.99. All proceeds go to Knitted Knockers.
Six weeks after my father passed away I discovered the lump in my breast. I was terrified as I’m embarked on the road of cancer treatment, but it’s amazing what you can get used to. At the time I shared little with others beyond my close family, but today I’m ready to share my story to help other women have strength to go through treatment. You are much stronger than you think you are.
All money raised from the sale of this book will go towards yarn and materials for creating Knitted Knockers, special handmade breast prosthesis for women who have undergone mastectomies or other procedures to the breast.
For more details contact www.knittedknockers.org
And please share this post – the more copies I sell, the more money gets to Knitted Knockers.
For those who do not know, I’m a breast cancer survivor. This is my story, probably the most difficult story I’ve ever written. I wrote it one afternoon in Starbucks – sat down with my tablet and lost myself in my memories, starting with the day my father passed away, through finding my lump, and going through treatment.
The story was originally published in the anthology, Shades of Fear, and now for Breast Cancer Awareness Month I’m releasing it as a standalone story on Kindle for just 99 cents.
Please pick up a copy. All royalties received will go to Knitted Knockers, a wonderful organization that provides handknitted breast prostheses for women who have had mastectomies.
The Big C is available for preorder on Amazon today and will be released on October 1st. Spread the word.
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