ADELAIDE, Australia (PRWEB) April 26, 2017
Wanting to share her story about the journey she and her family and friends went through with her son, Jack, having a brain tumor, Tarina Marcinkowski wrote her debut book, “Just Believe: The True Life Story of My Brave Little Boy, Jack, Told Through My Eyes” (published by Balboa Press AU), to educate people about the experience and illustrate the commonness of cancer.
Embracing any information to find answers, Marcinkowski shares her fears, her inspiration and her thoughts of the experience with her son’s cancer. The book details the cancer diagnosis and treatment along with the news of the cancer’s return and using natural remedies in attempts to cure him. Jack was one of 11 children who were overdosed with a chemotherapy drug called etoposide phosphate. In addition, the book tells of Jack’s death and Marcinkowski’s thoughts on how she changed because of Jack.
“We are in a world where cancer is becoming an epidemic and still there is no sign of a cure,” Marcinkowski says. “We are bombarded with adverts and fear to continuously check ourselves and do test to make sure we are not affected. Something needs to change because what we are currently doing is not working.”
By Tarina Marcinkowski
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 238 pages | ISBN 9781504306935
E-Book | 238 pages | ISBN 9781504306942
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Tarina Marcinkowski’s world was changed by cancer after her eldest son was diagnosed with a brain tumor. She lives in Australia with her husband and youngest son. “Just Believe” is her first book. More information is available at the author’s blog and website.
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