Cliff Koch launches new marketing campaign for ‘Miracles happen – sometimes’

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Author chronicles wife’s suffering from eating disorders, damage caused by anorexia, bulimia

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Though “Miracles happen - sometimes” is a tragically compelling story, Koch hopes readers will heed the warning implicit in his vivid description of the dangers of eating disorders.

Author Cliff Koch recounts the turmoil and pain of his wife’s dreadful battle with eating disorders in his memoirMiracles happen - sometimes” (published by iUniverse).

Koch is launching a new marketing campaign for his book in hopes of further spreading his warning about the damaging effects of eating disorders. His true-to-life exposition elaborates on the destruction anorexia and bulimia causes in people’s lives and its effects on the lives of the people they love.

Koch describes the chasm of anguish his wife found herself in as she battled the self-destructive diseases. He reveals the physical, emotional and mental damage caused in his wife’s life and the void it created as it “ate away at her soul.”

Koch’s wife lost both feet, all the fingers on her left hand and the tips of two fingers on her right hand because of her ill-fated condition. She suffered from kidney failure, respiratory trouble and randomly occurring comas, and doctors didn’t know if she would survive.

Though “Miracles happen - sometimes” is a tragically compelling story, Koch hopes readers will heed the warning implicit in his vivid description of the dangers of eating disorders.

“Miracles happen - sometimes”
By Cliff Koch
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 100 pages | ISBN 9780595473687
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Born in Berwyn, Illinois, Cliff Koch and his family moved from Downers Grove, Illinois to Southern California when he was 10 years old. He was active in sports at an early age. He has an Associate of Arts degree from Cypress College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from California State University in Fullerton. There, he met Pamela, his wife of 25 years.

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