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Cancer Is A Funny Thing: A Humorous Look at the Bright Side of Cancer...And There Is One
By Marie deHaan
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 52,980. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
Marie de Haan-wife, mother of three, piano teacher, songwriter, and writer-was leading an impossibly busy life. All of that changed when she was blindsided by a diagnosis of Stage III breast cancer. She got even busier. From chemotherapy and surgery to battles with the insurance company, tussles with her naturopath over the consumption of sugar to internal debate over whether or not to en
Dog-Ma, The Zen Of Slobber
By Barbara Boswell Brunner
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 52,510. Language: English. Published: August 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Barbara's vivid and dramatic stories, told with a wicked sense of humor, will make you laugh out loud. She definitely gets what living with rescued dogs (nine of them!) is all about. This book will inspire you with the couple's unstinting love, devotion, and respect for dogs as family members. You'll be glad to include it in your treasured collection of great dog books.
Sustain Me: Notes on Cancer
By Sharon O'Connor
Price: Free! Words: 38,400. Language: English. Published: March 23, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
A well care visit finds a mass that results in a cancer diagnosis, multiple surgeries, aggressive treatment, a colostomy and a new normal. How do you move forward when treatment options seem more fearsome than the disease? When cancer returns? Sustain Me: Notes on Cancer is a collection of thoughts shared with honest emotion, humor and grace from the perspective of faith in God.
Divine Secrets of the Ta-Ta Sisterhood: Pledging the Pink Sorority
By Joanna Chapman
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 94,700. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
Diagnosed with breast cancer at age 45,Joanna Chapman confides what it's really like to join the pink ribbon sorority. The author guides the reader through Cancerland, whispering advice as she tackles rugged emotional terrain and unexpected detours, revealing why you should accept those foil-covered casseroles and when to give out "Stupid Passes" for well-meaning but clueless comments.