Non-Fiction November Recommendations

It's non-fiction November and I love it.  There are SO many wonderful non-fiction books, everything from creative non-fiction and memoirs to literary journalism and essays.  There is something incredible about reading something and knowing that it is a true and lived experience. These are just a few of my favourite non-fiction books that you might [...]

Come with me to Los Angeles!

Virtual Book Tour Love Gosh I wish I really could feel that LA heat BUT let's Virtually head over there and visit Esme Winterflood at her LA Lash Studio on Venice Beach. Esme is sharing her excerpt from The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer where she gives all the tips and tricks for lashes when [...]

1st Virtual Tour Stop – Nicola Jane

It has begun!  That first day of my Virtual Book Tour and I am so excited... especially as I am starting off at the completely fabulous Nicola Jane. Nicola Jane know everything that there is to know about post-breast surgery fashion.  From mastectomy bras to swimwear and everything in between they have you covered. They wrote [...]

Virtual Book Tour Coming in March

Hello all! I am so excited to be able to tell you that we have a very exciting time coming up in March. This Virtual Book Tour is going to be FULL of events, interviews, giveaways, guest posts, blog visits, hangouts, vlogs - both on this site and on some other awesome blogs and websites including [...]

What’s Different in the UPDATED EDITION?

I wrote the first edition of The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer around a year and a half ago.  I received some wonderful feedback (thank you all).  I also received requests for more information about certain aspects. I realised there was still so much more to say.  Some people suggested I write a second book but I decided to update this book. [...]

1st Birthday of The Fabulous Woman’s Guide Through Cancer

I cannot believe that my book was published a year ago today!  Happy Birthday to my book!  The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer was a labour of love and nothing compares to the getting wonderful, heartfelt messages from ladies who have been touched or helped in some way by reading it.  I have written honestly about the parts of writing [...]

What it’s Really Like to Write a Book about Cancer

It wasn’t easy writing a book about one of the worst experiences I’ve had to encounter. I remember when writing the section about chemotherapy, I swear I could feel the cannula in my hand and the chemo seeping up my arm. Similarly when writing about the emotional side of cancer, reliving the rollercoaster once again [...]