I got exciting news this week, not one but two of my short stories are now available on Audible and iTunes.
First off my cancer memoir, THE BIG C, is narrated by the awesome Fiona Thraille who previously narrated Tea and Dark Chocolate and Adana the Earth Dragon.
As with the Kindle version all of my royalties from this version of THE BIG C will go to the breast cancer charity, Knitted Knockers.
Next up is my short story set in the world of P.A.W.S., RAMORA.
Ramora is a young girl who encounters a green fairy and learns the hard way that you should be careful what you wish for.
The story is narrated by Falon Echo who is currently working on an audio version of the P.A.W.S. Saga (Books 1 to 3).
Want a chance to pick up a free copy of one of these titles? Leave a comment on this post to be entered in a drawing. Contest stays open until Monday.
It’s that time of year again. So ladies go get your boobs checked. It’s important, really important. I should know. Six years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m one of the lucky ones. I went through treatment – chemo, surgery and radiation – and today I’m cancer free.
It was that bout with cancer that got me writing. I’d always wanted to write a book, but felt I had all the time in the world. Cancer made me realize that our time on this earth is limited and that if you really want to do something you shouldn’t delay.
You can pick up my short memoir, The Big C, about my struggle with cancer from all outlets for just 1.99. All the money raised from this title go to Knitted Knockers, a wonderful organization that provides soft breast forms for women who have had mastectomies.
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.
Hey everyone, as some folks know on here I’m a cancer survivor. I wrote this short memoir to help others who might be going through treatment.
All money raised from the sale of this book goes 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
I just relaunched The Big C through Pronoun, a new publisher, and it is now available as an ebook in all outlets including Amazon, Itunes, Kobo, Nook, and Google Play.
Find all the links here.
Please consider picking up a copy and sharing this post, thank you.
Hey folks – it’s September 1st and that means voting has begun for the Summer Indie Book Awards. I am thrilled to announce that my books have been nominated in a number of categories. Please go vote – Click on the short links by each category. it only takes a moment.
In anthology I’m proud to part of two nominated collections, Sins of the Future and Stardust, Always.
In memoir, my cancer story, The Big C ,has been nominated.
Flash Fiction: http://goo.gl/AQIiXH
In Flash Fiction it’s time for a little Tea and Dark Chocolate.
In Novella we ask Will There Be Watermelons on Mars? (Which is also on sale this week for just 99 cents.)
Young Adult: http://goo.gl/gsq96a
And last but not least, in Young Adult, on the anniversary of its rerelease we have P.A.W.S.
Go Vote Guys!
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
Pick up your copy today – only 99 cents on Kindle.
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.