New Book Offers Inspiration and Practical Guidance to Families Coping with Cancer

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‘Mommy, Can I Call You in Heaven? – How we coped with cancer as a family’ by Susan Binau addresses a most difficult subject; what to do and how to cope when a family must take responsibility and cope with life-threatening disease.

'Mommy, Can I Call You In Heaven? How We Coped With Cancer As a Family' by Susan Binau

Practical guidance is offered to help families understand how they can take action, begin speaking openly about the difficult topics and come to terms with the possibility that one may die and leave children or other loved ones behind.

The first in Susan Binau’s eight-book ‘Caring Soul Series’, ‘Mommy, Can I Call You In Heaven?’ was created to provide support to families facing a life-threatening illness. Inspired by the lack of answers to her questions after receiving her own stage-three colon cancer diagnosis, Binau wrote this book to help others in her situation. In the book, Binau shares true stories from five years of research and her personal cancer experience, chronicling the complex web of emotions, questions, and fears often faced by patients and their loved ones.

Written in the form of a cancer survivor’s diary, the book combines realism, humor, and humanity in short anecdotes that patients and families can easily relate to. In a story telling style, the anecdotes offer opportunities for personal reflection as well as examples of how Binau’s family found answers to some of the difficult questions that any family may have during a loved one’s illness. Practical guidance is offered throughout the book, to help families understand how they can take action, begin speaking openly about the difficult topics and come to terms with the possibility that one may die and leave children or other loved ones behind. Not just for patients, the guidance in the book offers insight applicable to anyone close to the cancer patient.

‘Mommy, Can I Call You In Heaven? – How we coped with cancer as a family’ is published by eBookIt.com and distributed to eBook retailers including Amazon.com, BN.com, Apple’s iBookstore, Kobo, and Google Play.

Book reviewers are invited to contact the author for a review copy of the book. The author is available for interviews and welcomes the opportunity to speak on television and radio with programming focused on advocacy and support of families facing a life-threatening illness.

CONTACT:
Carrie Shak
CEO & PR Manager
Soul Care Group Inc
Carrie(at)soulcaregroup(dot)com

For more information about Susan Binau, please visit http://www.susanbinau.com

About the Caring Soul Series
The Caring Soul Series is a collection of inspirational books based on the experiences and wisdom of people who have faced challenging life events ranging from serious illnesses and death to grief. Each book in the series has been carefully selected to provide knowledge, relief and comfort for anyone facing the most difficult time. The collection was designed to help people understand and cope with their own personal challenges by providing insights, guidance, and support grounded in faith, hope, love, and peace.

About the Author
Susan Binau is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, global children’s advocate, and the author of the ‘Caring Soul Series’ and several other books. After being diagnosed with stage-three colon cancer in October of 2006, Susan witnessed first-hand the lack of support for families in her situation. In response, Susan authored several inspirational books, which address the difficult topics of illness, grief, and the harmful cultural taboos that currently surround death.

About eBookIt.com
Since 2010, eBookIt.com (based in Sudbury, Massachusetts) has helped thousands of authors and publishers get their books converted to ebook format, and distributed to all the major ebook retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Sony Readerstore, Ingram Digital, and Google eBookstore.

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