Last month, I came up with the auspicious goal of creating a brief cancer “quick-start” guide to help those recently diagnosed with cancer. I figured I’d compile and edit a few of my prior blog posts, and bam, have a nice 10-page booklet I could give away for free.
Well, what started out as a 10-page booklet has evolved into a 66-page, professionally designed ebook, with some of my best material from my blog but also a TON of new material, including lists of the biggest “Dos” and Don’ts” for family members and friends of cancer patients (Do: deliver meals on a regular basis. Don’t: offer help and then pull a disappearing act). I am so proud of what I’ve created and can’t wait to share it with the world.
I want to offer a sincere thanks to all the people who were involved in making this project a reality. Thank you to my readers for supporting me and for offering specific suggestions for the “Do’s” and “Don’ts” lists. A special thank you to two readers, Victoria Yu and Julie A. Berry, for donating their copyediting skills, and to Janet Brent of JFlo Studios for donating her absolutely beautiful graphic design work.
Thank you to Michael Bartosek and Shannon Cottrell for their skilled portrait photography (if you are looking for an LA-based portrait photographer, these are the people to call). And thank you to Kristen Clark for allowing me to use her stunning nature photography.
Had enough anticipation already?! CLICK HERE to get to the download page and get your own copy of my FREE Cancer Quick-Start Guide!