Described as, ‘gripping’ and ‘insightful’, author Cynthia De Boer opens reader’s hearts, minds, and eyes with her new book, ‘Me, Myself & Eye’. This intimate look into a seemingly surreal series of events and honest realities gives insight to the author herself, while also conveying a message of hope and perseverance – a must read for anyone suffering of body part loss. Me, Myself & Eye’ is explained as the blending and acceptance of: Me, the physical body, Myself, the emotional mind, and Eye, the prosthesis. From her real life experiences, Cynthia is able to explain to her audience how one comes to a place of comfort and confidence after the loss of a body part, as well as the steps that enabled her to smile once again when gazing at her own reflection.
De Boer’s book takes readers on a journey of shock and loss, to the discovery and acceptance of one’s self. In this honest, thought provoking, and at times heart wrenching memoir, Cynthia uses all that she has learned to help others going through a difficult change. From discovering prosthetic camouflaging techniques, to how the movements of a pet can help ease mobility, De Boer aims to remind readers that a handicap is defined as an added advantage or a disadvantage, and that it’s up to them to decide how their loss defines them!
“In her writing, Cynthia De Boer brings the reader into her world where emotions of tragedy, insecurity, and eventual acceptance are displayed and exposed for all to appreciate.” – Eric M. Lindsey, BCO Board Certified Ocularist
For more information on “Me, Myself, and Eye’ and where it can be purchased, be sure to visit any of these fine retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Reader’s Legacy
Cynthia Lee De Boer:
Cynthia Lee De Boer is a free-lance writer who resides in Nevada. Writing is her lifelong passion and at times has served as an escape from the life’s harsh realities. Cynthia continually attends conferences on the various aspects of writing. In 2011 she completed a two-year course titled “Breaking Into Print”. She’s also involved with writing groups and has even hosted one at a Senior Center. Cynthia’s assorted articles have been published in a local Home Magazine and one in “Shimmy”, a magazine devoted to the art of belly dancing. Her story blog, StoriesFromAnOpenHeart, was launched in 2013. The site is dedicated to short stories, fictional and non-fictional in a variety of genres. This platform gives her the opportunity to share not only her work but that of other authors as well. Cynthia may be contacted via email at: memyselfandeyebook(at)gmail(dot)com
Next Century Publishing (NCP):
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