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~ GIVEAWAY ~ Signed Copies of The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer

It’s 1 month exactly since the release of ‘The Fabulous Woman’s Guide Through Cancer’ in paperback. To celebrate this small but terribly exciting milestone I thought a little giveaway was in order! 117 more words

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What Do You Wish You Had Done?

I knew my surgery for cancer was going to be extreme and dangerous and I was genuinely worried I was going to die.  I bought one of those – this is my life books to fill in so my children (who were only 2-years and 11-months at the time of my surgery) would have some of my memories should my worst fear be realised. 389 more words

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Book Review - The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer, Nicola Bourne

I jumped at the chance to review this book by Nicola Bourne as I’m always interested in an alternative perspective to cancer, especially those of other women who are/have been on a similar journey. 191 more words

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Another wonderful review of my book....

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Why I Wrote My Book - The Fabulous Woman's Guide Through Cancer

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I looked for a book, a source of all the information I needed, but couldn’t find one that answered the questions that I had. 228 more words

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When Nicola met Channel 5 News

I am so thrilled that I was able to be involved in this interview with Channel 5 News, mainly because it is this exact issue that made me want to share my story in the first place.   298 more words

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Swishing Up Your Post-Op Wardrobe

Published on MyOstomy

I think one thing that most women can safely say they have in common when finding out they will need an ostomy, is a collective worry over how they are going to dress.   185 more words

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