In addition to being the author of Getting Past the Fear, I am also in charge of sales, marketing, publicity and whatever else needs to be done when promoting one’s book. And now it’s time for an update and to say some thank yous as well.
As I’ve mentioned many times before, I am not a highly organized person, so I thought it would helpful for me and perhaps for others as well, to put together a post where I can direct people to go when they ask about reviews or buying a copy of Getting Past the Fear.
I want to say a special thank you to all who have so generously written reviews here and there. I am putting the links to review posts together below. Also, a big thank you to all who have written reviews on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Cure Diva, Someone With and where ever else one can do this kind of thing. Thank you! Thank you!
So, here are the links to some very much appreciated reviews via some special blogging friends. I am grateful for each one of them. If I forgot someone’s, I apologize. Let me know and I will quickly add yours. If anyone should write one in the future, I will add it to the list as well. And of course these aren’t in any order because as I mentioned, I’m not that organized.
Again, thank you to Elizabeth, Nicki, Ann Marie, Stacey, Tory, Sara, Helen, Lisa, Claudia, Alene, Debbie, Niki, Kate and Eileen for writing reviews on Amazon.
Finally, thank you to Niki Barr, Beth Gainer, Donna (preferred to keep her last name anonymous) and David Tabatsky for writing such terrific testimonials to be included in my book.
My goal with this guide has always been to help others who are facing chemo for the first time do so feeling a little more prepared and a little less fearful.
Thanks for helping me do that!
Now it’s time for me to get going on finishing up my other book. And then I have plans for another…
I’ll keep you posted.
Do you have a suggestion for helping me get copies of Getting Past the Fear into cancer centers everywhere?
What was/is your favorite cancer resource book?