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30 review for None for Me, Thanks: A Journal of Cancer Recovery with Gratitude and a Feeding Tube

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tish Horney

    So inspired by Robin's courage as a person living with cancer, and for being so openly vulnerable in putting her experience "out there" for all the world to see. I loved working with her at Acme, and was happy to have helped her in a small way when even water didn't taste very good. I think that anyone who is going through a similar situation would find its contents invaluable to know that they're not alone in their struggles adjusting to life in their new 'normal'. So inspired by Robin's courage as a person living with cancer, and for being so openly vulnerable in putting her experience "out there" for all the world to see. I loved working with her at Acme, and was happy to have helped her in a small way when even water didn't taste very good. I think that anyone who is going through a similar situation would find its contents invaluable to know that they're not alone in their struggles adjusting to life in their new 'normal'.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Harry Carpenter

    What a survival story! Robin utilizes the writing technique of telling her story, supplemented with a personal blog of the entire account she had. You get a sense of where she is now, looking back while having where she was then peppered in. It is a very intriguing survival story, and I highly recommend to anyone who is due to undergo cancer treatment, as this book also includes not only Robin's story but informational bits and things she had learned along the way that are apparently not made re What a survival story! Robin utilizes the writing technique of telling her story, supplemented with a personal blog of the entire account she had. You get a sense of where she is now, looking back while having where she was then peppered in. It is a very intriguing survival story, and I highly recommend to anyone who is due to undergo cancer treatment, as this book also includes not only Robin's story but informational bits and things she had learned along the way that are apparently not made readily available to you early on.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    My husband works for Acme Paper in the Richmond office and he told me about Robin and her book. Fast read and I loved her cheerfulness and inspiring quotes. Way to go, Robin!

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