Brilliant new book to help all with breast cancer – compiled by someone who has lived with and campaigned for #secondarybreastcancer for some years abcd – After Breast Cancer Diagnosis – and it is free
Important message from Sam T Samuel at Kalypso Adventures, Kerala following the dreadful floods and landslides:
We’re Down but not Out.
This is the message we would like to send out to people all over the world. Would appreciate if you could pass it on too
We know our land has been ravaged. We know our people are in shock. But our spirit endures intact.
We have seen lives and property vanish before our very eyes. We have seen the magical beauty of Kerala scarred. But resilience has raised its head.
The Keralite has built societies in all parts of the world. The Keralite will now rebuild the state. Hard work has never been alien to us.
The restoration of our amenities is our priority. Your safety is paramount.
The airport inundated today will be ready for your flights by the 26th of August 2018.
The businesses now shut will be up and running by the 01st of September 2018.
Comfort us most by doing business with us. Support us by trusting our instincts about our land. Be a part of our resurgence.
Help Kerala get back on its feet. Help Kerala .. Visit Kerala.
Cancer Care Parcel is a fabulous web resource for people with cancer, founded by Shara, an amazing lady who has had breast cancer. They also sell parcels suitable as gifts for people newly diagnosed with cancer. I was honoured when she asked me to contribute a blog to her website.
When you are struggling to make your book stand out against hundreds of others, a book award gives instant credibility. I am very proud of my first prize in Words for the Wounded book competition and my Platinum Award in ‘Jayney loves …’ (Jayney Lee Grace of Radio 2) Platinum Awards. See Frost Article http://bit.ly/2DtoJp3
You can enter the latest book competition at http://www.wordsforthewounded.co.uk
Another brilliant day of excellent talks and discussion (not to mention brilliant food and good company). Near High Wycombe – just 30 mins approx from London. Have a brilliant day and support a good cause