BOOKS

Pies to Die For: How to live a vibrant life despite a fatal diagnosis

PTDF is a kind of how-to against the bad stuff of living with metastatic cancer or other lethal diagnoses. It was built on a series of chapters named for the monsters of attacking your frame of mind so you can't enjoy the time you have left. It is also a romp through art appraising; specifically through the writer's husband and his clients who have lost their insured art through death, debt, divorce and disaster. These stories offer hints on how to cope with something beautiful being gone, or they entertain you with the strangeness of human nature, even without stage four anything. This book hopes to give you tools for your journey, however long or short. so that you will live vibrantly, gratefully, and with gusto till the end. 

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Train Romance: A Collection of Poetry and Photography

Yes, but this one has a twist—conjuring the power of art to heal and revitalize. Among the paintings, sculpture, and unusual collections in her lover’s home, Carole finds comfort and even cure in her yearlong struggle with chemotherapy, multiple surgeries and painful side effects. To paraphrase Tolstoy, happy endings are not all alike, and this one, about a 62-year-old with only one real breast will, like the art objects she loves, satisfy and delight.

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Side Effects: The Art of Surviving Cancer

Yes, but this one has a twist—conjuring the power of art to heal and revitalize. Among the paintings, sculpture, and unusual collections in her lover’s home, Carole finds comfort and even cure in her yearlong struggle with chemotherapy, multiple surgeries and painful side effects. To paraphrase Tolstoy, happy endings are not all alike, and this one, about a 62-year-old with only one real breast will, like the art objects she loves, satisfy and delight.

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