If you're a cancer patient or a cancer survivor,
this is a story you can relate to...
If you have cancer or know someone
who does, you know what a scary experience it can be. I know this
first-hand. I wrote The Crumpled Note so that people like you (cancer patients,
cancer survivors, family members and friends) could be comforted with
its inspiration and its "healthy helping" of humor.
I believe humor is a great,
if not the best, complementary medicine. I always kept my chin up and
that helped me be cancer-free for nearly seven years and counting.
I've posted the Introduction and Chapter
One online completely free.
Take a look and
you'll see how much you'll love The Crumpled Note.
My book includes:
- How my symptoms developed and how I noticed them.
- How I prepared for treatment.
- How I survived treatment (chemotherapy,
radiation therapy, and a bone marrow transplant)
- How great life looks on the other side, after
- Lots of fun stories that happened along the way. (This will
be your favorite part!)
The Crumpled Note is
unique because it was written as it happened--each chapter is written
chronologically during treatment--not looking back after a few years. This
makes it one of the truest survivors' stories out there.
This is what one satisfied reader had to
"I started reading this book in one sitting because I could not put it down 'til I was sure this kid had "beat the beast." Thank God for happy endings and victories like yours! You had me feeling everything you did and I was rooting for you on every page. I have also "Beat the Beast" of cancer and your book left me with so much encouragement and strength. Thank you for sharing this very valuable story with all survivors, especially those just beginning the battle." -- Else Brown, two-time survivor of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
Be inspired and have a laugh, too. Order your copy of the book today!
for purchase exclusively online (not found in bookstores!):
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate
me, email@example.com, and please make the subject of your e-mail
'The Crumpled Note.'