Read the Story of Erin Higgins’ Battle with Ovarian Cancer

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‘My Wonderful Nightmare’ chronicles her two and a half year exploration of life and soul.

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Erin Higgins was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at only 31 years old. During the next two and a half years, as she battled the disease that would ultimately claim her life, she kept journals and worked with holistic health practitioner Alma Lightbody. After her death, Lightbody followed Higgins’ wishes and compiled the journals into the new memoirMy Wonderful Nightmare: Spiritual Journals Inspired by Cancer” (published by Trafford Publishing).

In this book readers will discover with Higgins her shocking cancer diagnosis, and face with her the questions this diagnosis engenders about her very existence. Readers will see Higgins’ arguments with herself about her spirituality and her life.

An excerpt from “My Wonderful Nightmare”:

“We’ve never been taught to listen to our body and it’s tragic. I somehow knew the results of the surgery before they told me. If I had been more in tune with my body I would have known earlier. I hadn’t paid attention and didn’t know how.”

“There is a lot to learn about life and death and everything in between,” Lightbody says. “Many people never reach the depth of inner understanding that Erin shares as she faces the beast head-on.”

“My Wonderful Nightmare”
By Erin Higgins & Alma Lightbody
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 196 pages | ISBN 9781425187255
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Alma Lightbody is a light worker with 20 years of experience in holistic health and shamanic healing. She has degrees in medical technology and an MBA in business. Lightbody worked closely with Erin Higgins as a wellness practitioner and was asked by Higgins to compile a book from her journals to pass on her story.

Lightbody is also the author of “You’re Not the Boss of Me: Discover Your Authentic Self.”

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