Apple Blossom

Someone asked me the other day, why such a pretty cover for such a sorry story?
The image of apple blossom was on the ceiling of the cancer treatment room, and I lay underneath it for fifteen days, praying I would be happy and healthy again. The sight of the blossom gave me strength and even now, this image inspires me to be the best I can…
This novella is the light-hearted and hopefully inspiring story of my battle with breast cancer… written to help women just like me, all over the world…

My Review: Jaye tells about her struggle with breast cancer with the hope that her story will help someone… anyone through the awareness and inspiration the recollection of her experiences with this terrible indiscriminate condition.

I knew from the off this work would probably resonate with me in some way through my wife’s experience with breast cancer. What I didn’t expect was how similar both the experience and reactions would be. It felt almost as if I was looking at a mirror image of my wife as Jaye recounted her experience.

I second Jaye’s final words and expression of hope that if this helps just one person in some way, it was worth sharing.

23 thoughts on “Apple Blossom

  1. What a beautiful review Kev, for Jaye’s, what has to be a most moving book. And so close to home for you. I have this book on do look forward to reading. πŸ™‚

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  2. It is a long and slow process to ensure you are in remission, Kevin. At my mom’s most recent appointment she was told she only has to have check ups one a year now [instead of 6 monthly]. Every time she gets sick or an ache or pain, we all worry.

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  3. Any book that provides comfort to others is worth the time to write. Congratulations to Jaye for writing this book and to Kevin for leaving his review. By the way, I think the cover is perfect.

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