Cancer Lesson Update and Shameless Library Promotion

Rave: Cancer Lessons Update and Shameless Library Promotion

First, the Cancer Lessons update: In the next few weeks, my Cancer Lesson posts will be disappearing from this blog and reappearing in a more cohesive format on a new one, Keeping A-Breast: Cancer Lessons (which you can read and follow here: The ultimate goal of this endeavor is a memoir, Keeping A-Breast: Lessons Learned While Fighting Cancer, about all the weird things you learn when you’re diagnosed with cancer. Look for more news as I progress on this project.

I’ve also established myself on Twitter as @KymLucas1 and @KeepingABreast2. I hope you will consider following me.

Now, for the shameless library promotion. My author panel is on Saturday, June 8 at the Buckeye Library in Medina County, Ohio. This year’s panel will feature Julie Drew, Amanda Flower, Jen Stephens and Mary Campisi. See below for a description of the event and a link to the registration page. If you live in northeastern Ohio and enjoy reading or writing, it would be great to see you there.

With the advent of digital and self-publishing, authors now have more avenues than ever for getting their books in print. Join authors Julie Drew (Daughter of Providence), Amanda Flower (Plain Scandal), Jen Stephens (The Heart’s Journey Home), and Mary Campisi (Simple Riches) as they discuss their own paths to publication, as well as the side trips they took along the way. Bring your questions, and come prepared to learn! Free and open to the public, but please register!

Location: Buckeye Library, 6625 Wolff Road, Medina OH

Time: 10:30 am-Noon

Registration: 330-725-4415 or

For more information on the authors, please visit their websites.

JdrewJulie Drew:

FlowerAmanda Flower:
StephenJen Stephens:

CamMary Campisi:

About kymlucas

"Taking care not to take love too seriously." Writer of smart, fresh, contemporary romance and women's fiction. Blogging about writing, reading, and more recently, dealing with the ins and outs of breast cancer.
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