Dear readers:

As you may already know, I am an extremely lucky pancreatic cancer survivor. Fortunately, I am surviving cancer and living well. I have written about that before at this blog. 🙂

I feel a strong need to give back, so I have written: Surviving Cancer and Embracing Life: My Personal Journey. My goal is to help others and their families better cope with their illnesses. I offer a message of hope. This is my mission in life.

I need your help. Please.


Surviving Cancer and Living Well

I have a published a Kindle E-book version of this book. It is available at Amazon for $0.99. Could you please buy a copy and let others who could benefit know about the book. ALSO, could you please leave a review at Amazon. That is the only way that I can get the word out to attract more readers. Click here to go directly to the book or click the cover below.

Surviving Cancer and Living Well -- E-book

In addition, there is a paperback version for $4.29, with free shipping for Amazon Prime members. Click here or the book cover below.

Surviving Cancer and Living Well -- Paperback

And there is a FREE PDF file at my new blog:

Thank you so much. I really want to inspire others not to lose hope.


Why I Wrote This Book

I am writing this book to foster hope among those with any major illnesses and their families. Despite the subject matter at hand, I want to try to be uplifting – and even inspiring.

There is a light at the end of the tunnel, even if that light is not as bright as before. And sometimes, we have to fight to see that light. I am NOT a medical professional. I am not alone in my battle with cancer. This is one person’s journey, both the ups and downs – with the strong determination to have the best life possible for as long as possible.

Yes, I am a pancreatic cancer survivor. I underwent an 8-½ hour Whipple surgery to remove the cancer. I had a lot of problems during chemo. As a diabetic, I passed out from low blood sugar a few days after finishing chemo. As a result, I had to miss my daughter’s bridal shower. And I had to have cement pumped into my back. I have a lot of other stuff going on. But enough of that. I am NOT complaining. I just want you to see where I have been – and where I still am going.

With this book, I want to share my personal cancer journey with you. I want to offer hope and support to those dealing with any terrible disease and their families. Why? To quote the late NY Yankee star Lou Gehrig when he was honored at Yankee Stadium while dying from ALS: “Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.”

No matter what, look for that light at the end of the tunnel. I wish you the very best.

Click here or on the hat to access my new blog.

Choose to Be Happy

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