Sep 29, 2020 Word for Word Media

About the book  In 2016, Richard Wright was confronted with a diagnosis of rare pituitary cancer – a disease about which little is known, other than that it is usually terminal.  In attempting to deal with this bleak knowledge, Richard defined what mattered most in his life – his true purpose – which was ensuring that his two young daughters would not have to grow up without their dad. Understanding his life purpose, he focused on overcoming the seemingly insurmountable challenges and obstacles that faced him, using the sheer power of his mind. Ongoing research into what the human mind…

Sep 29, 2020 Word for Word Media

About the book  “Alison, I’ve got bad news.” The voice of the pathologist at the other end of the telephone confirmed for Alison Tucker the news no woman ever wants to hear: she had breast cancer. Once the shock had settled, Alison decided that she would take charge. Not only would she take ownership of the dreaded disease, but she would do so with a positive mindset and prepare herself as best she could for what was to come. She did detailed research and paid close heed to what she was told by others who had walked the path before…

Sep 29, 2020 Word for Word Media

About the book  CANCER – What a daunting term! One is choked by the mere thought of it, especially if you yourself or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer. After I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, in 2011, at the age of 26 and thereafter again in 2012, I have learned that every breath and every new day is nothing but grace from God. Cancer made me appreciate small things in life again. I would like to share my cancer war and everything associated with it, with the reader. This is not my story, it is…