My new computer is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. I can then begin the final polish on my book. I have an angel who is proofing it. I must thank Dr. Aman Kay who is an Internationally published author who has encouraged me along the way to completing this work. He has been a mentor, an encourager, and now has volunteered to serve as an editor to make sure the book is ready to be published.
He keeps telling me that my story is one that must be read by all. He says that is tells an honest story of survival , faith and perseverance that will inspire others to hold on to hope and to not give up. I hope he is right because I have been honest in the telling even though it is simple and a "literary" work of art.
Cynthia Kinsella who is the President of the American Bladder Cancer Society has contributed a message recalling our first meeting, and the importance of the messages within the book. I have added this message as the epilogue to the book.
If my story can be helpful or inspiring to others, that is all I can ask. I am a firm believer in what Edward Everett Hale said, "I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do".