We finally made it on line with my book, Cancer Eclipse, and just in time for Christmas — although I don’t know what that has to do with the book.
I guess putting Cancer Eclipse under the tree makes one feel good?
Or sipping a cup of coffee in an easy chair while reading Cancer Eclipse massages the soul?
On the other hand it might make one think of all their ailments — so maybe that’s not such a good idea, especially at Christmas time!
In fact I sent my first copy to a friend in Seattle who’s in the hospital at this moment from his esophagectomy last Monday — the same as I had.
He has Dr. Oelschlager as his surgeon too and I can picture his recovery room and the hallway where he’s walking around gaining strength!.
If you want to purchase a copy of the printed book or the Kindle version, click here on www.CancerEclipse.com.
And if someone you know is battling cancer, perhaps my story can encourage them. That would make a helpful Christmas gift.
Some of the content in my book is esophageal cancer specific of course, but I believe it’s applicable to cancer generally as well, and especially the stuff I wrote on how God intersects with and oversees the cancer eclipse path.
Thanks for being with me in various ways through these past 3 years of cancer warfare and to enjoy with us the results I’ve experienced. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!
And we’re wishing you a powerful year going forward
Dave and Sheri