Required Reading for the Whole Cancer Thing

Required Reading for the Whole Cancer Thing : An Insider's Tale Plus 101 "Must Have" Survival Tips

By (author) 

Free delivery worldwide

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days
When will my order arrive?

Description

Cancer? Do you want to know what it's like on the inside? Many people are afraid to ask the questions that this book answers. Through the author's penchant for storytelling, this book shares wit and wisdom yet to be seen in conventional self-help cancer literature. Personal first-hand insights are shared in a real, open, and honest way. Witness the author's vulnerabilities, disasters, and triumphs she experienced while traversing the cancer frontier. A must read for anyone interested in becoming educated in the strategies and nuances of managing life during cancer diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and rejuvenation. This includes: patients, doctors, nurses, medical and nursing students, counselors, counseling students, medical assistant trainees, writers and film school students. It's a perfect impulse buy for those seeking an entertaining, relatable story that can help you or someone you love through the toughest time in life. Like a conversation with a good friend, this book fosters understanding and healing while preserving the option to vent or laugh when needed. The list of 101 "Must Have" survival tips completes the book resulting in a simple yet comprehensive go-to guide for those seeking the truth about the cancer experience.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.43mm | 353.8g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508669236
  • 9781508669234

About MS Anne H Kruse

Born in Los Angeles and raised within the, "Thirty Mile Zone" of Hollywood she realized early on that storytelling was her homing beacon. She considers herself the mash-up offspring of a triple-threat (music, singing, dancing) gifted and brilliant mother, and a practical-minded accountant father, which affords her the genes to create something and find a way to pay for it. She is an award-winning screenwriter, non-fiction, and children's book author. Her audiences benefit from the multiple years she spent studying human behavior and character development while counseling people through many of life's transitions. A deep understanding of the human condition fostered an uncanny ability to craft emotionally engaging stories, while infusing the healing effects of humor. Working with Anne carries an extra bonus: a Master's degree in counseling that can help navigate a pitch meeting, squelch an on-set skirmish, and foster business communications that leave everyone feeling positive with the outcome. A background including small business management, hands-on corporate-level operations, and paralegal certification assures an understanding of business within the arts and associated media platforms. Knowing that storytelling is at the heart of content creation for all mediums, Anne's mission is to write original projects for you, with you, and about you. She excels at inventing original characters for a client, or adapting an article, short story or novel into a T.V. or feature film script. Her ability to create inspired, unique and relevant business content is increasingly sought after. Anne has this to say about herself: "I don't run from tough situations and can handle difficult events. I'm fair, thoughtful, and smart. I work very hard, don't give up, and I love dogs and cats and will walk out of a movie that has gratuitous animal cruelty. I'm a leader when I need to lead and I take direction with finesse. I was voted most valuable, most coachable and most inspirational in different sports during my sporty years. I'm a mediator by nature, certified to prove it and advocate for the underappreciated. I love sushi, a great rib-eye, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and a great cup of java. The three and a-half words that best describe me are: reliable, witty and user-friendly. The fact that I do not experience writer's block is a unique asset that should keep my name in most people's contacts."show more