It's still better for me if you order directly from thewordverve.com but it pasted a ridiculous smile on my face this môrning.
Tolstoy answered this question in the first sentence of Anna Karenina when he wrote, "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." When you are dealing with Parkinson's, I think the answer is slightly different: every family affected by Parkinson's battles its way back to happiness the best way they can. Marty and Monica each belong to families that have been rocked by Parkinson's. Each family is at a unique transition. Monica's mother has just been diagnosed, and the family is trying to find out what that means exactly. Marty's mom is facing the decision of sticking with her less and less helpful medicine, or undergoing brain surgery to receive deep brain stimulation. Marty and his mom each imagine what their life will be like if she becomes a cyborg.
I was leaving the house to head on my way to a hair appointment when I received an email telling me my that my new book was ready to be publicized.
Only a woman who has had her head shaved twice in one year will understand my dilemma. I needed a haircut so badly and I wanted to post about my book. Every minute I took to post was another minute i would be late to my appointnent. I started to try to post but my fingers would not cooperate. I knew t was time to get to
My hairdresser's and I could write later.
The book is $20 and for that price shipping will be included until 12/31/2013.
The book can be.ordered directly from my publisher. At thewordverve.com/cyborg.