SUPER SICK Launch and Blog Tour

I’m so excited to announce the launch of my book, Super Sick: Making Peace with Chronic Illness. I wanted to write something that was candid about what living with a chronic illness was like, and have spent the last couple years putting this story together. It includes interviews with many other people who have chronic illnesses and conditions. I wrote Super Sick because writing is cathartic for me and helps me sort out my own emotions, and because I wanted other chronic sufferers to know they are not alone. Some of these chapters were incredibly difficult to write, and I hope readers find them valuable. The book’s unique spin is how it engages with pop culture, including science fiction, fantasy, comics, and video games. I delve into how fiction portrays illness and why that’s important to those of us suffering from disabilities. It’s available as a hardcover, softcover, and ebook (large print and audiobook coming soon!).

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The Book Depository | Amazon US | Amazon CA | Barnes & Noble | Chapters

Visit the stops on the blog tour

April 16: Create Write Now – Laura Roslin & Perseverance
April 17: The Paperback Voyager – Doctor House & Pain Management
April 18: Armed with a Book – Raven Reyes & Pressing On
April 19: The Geeky Gimp – Cloud Strife & Depression
April 20: The Writerly Way – Raoden & Chronic Pain
April 21: Invisibly Me – Wade Wilson & Shame
April 22: Avalinah’s Books – Jane Foster & Worthlessness

Did you miss the online launch party?

On April 17, my publisher, Mythos & Ink, hosted an online launch party for the book on Facebook. I read a sample from the book, there were giveaways, and we had a panel discussion with some amazing women who are experts in the field of chronic illness. If you missed the launch party, you can still catch the recording below, and be sure to enter this giveaway, where you can win a copy of the book and some gorgeous jewelry.

Thank you for supporting me and my story!

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