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Writing Wednesday Vlog - Part 1

Hello all,

This is something that I have been putting together for a while and I am SO pleased to finally be uploading my first… 93 more words

Cancer & Me

Summer Reception with Bowel Cancer UK

Fun, emotional, heartbreaking and inspiring – just your standard Thursday night!

I was so excited a few weeks ago to receive an invitation to Bowel Cancer UK’s Summer Reception and the event was finally held on Thursday evening. 347 more words

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So who will feed the pigs?


On Friday 1st July My consultant meeting confirmed that my battle with cancer has begun, my first experience of using NHS services makes me feel proud of what a dedicated team of people can achieve. 735 more words

Life On The Farm

Sun, Sand & Septicaemia! (part one)

Well that was NOT part of the plan when my family and I decided to go on a dream family holiday to Mauritius!

My husband and I worked, saved and planned for months. 845 more words

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The Bourne Diagnosis - Nicola B & the Big C

I knew that I had cancer.  I had a strong inner feeling and I knew.  I was experiencing textbook symptoms and had a basic knowledge based on a strong family history – my mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandfather all died from Bowel Cancer at ‘young’ ages.   962 more words

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I posted this article 2 years ago today and it is still one of my most read... My experience getting diagnosed with colorectal cancer and beyond...

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.   446 more words

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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. 56 more words

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