A Terminal Illness Primer for Caregivers: The E-Book

At long last my e-book is published and available on Amazon!  (Now life can return to normal…)

I want to thank Lisa, Lorna, Steve, Somer, Ganey, Anne, and Fran for being my readers and Amazon reviewers – your time is valuable and knowing you shared some of yours with me means a lot.  (Want to read and review a copy?  Let me know and I’ll send you a PDF copy of the primer in exchange for a review on Amazon. Email me.)  I could also use help spreading the word about this little e-book as the goal of publishing it is to help people in caregiving situations and to raise money for my brother’s brain cancer research fund at Huntsman Cancer Foundation.

So a bit about the e-book:  It’s available for $5.99 on Amazon in Kindle format here (or you can click on the handy-dandy widget on the right side of my blog) – and also as a downloadable PDF available for purchase.  (Click here for the PDF version.)    It’s a little over 80 pages; the content differs here and there from the posts published on this blog.  And again, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this e-book will benefit the Charles A. Oliverio Fund at Huntsman Cancer Foundation.  Funding fuels research into a cure for glioblastoma multiforme – the type of brain cancer that took my brother’s life. Every dollar helps!

Here’s a list of the chapters/sections that have been added:

What is Glioblastoma Multiforme?
Advance Care Directive
Do Not Resuscitate Order
The Right to Die
Meditation or Prayer
Protecting Your Loved One
Friend or Foe?
Private Care Organizations
The Charles A Oliverio Fund
About the Author
Thank you!

17 thoughts on “A Terminal Illness Primer for Caregivers: The E-Book

  1. Richa

    Congratulations Ann. This book will help many people. that is a beautiful cover. all the best. i will mention it on my next blog post.

    1. An Unrefined Vegan Post author

      🙂 Nice to have that little cache of reviews. Thanks for yours, Lorna. Yeah, I was pretty pleased with that widget – Amazon is pretty darn cool.

  2. Angela @ Canned Time

    Just ordered a copy for my parents who care for my brother who has Parkinson’s. He’s not at the stage Charles was but its such a good resource I know they’ll appreciate it as I do 😉
    Thanks for doing the work for us all ♥

    1. An Unrefined Vegan Post author

      Oh dang, Anne! I forgot to mention you in my thank you!! Correcting that now. Terrible. Thank you again for your thoughtful review. xoxo

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