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Kris’s Blog On Writing With Chronic Sickness

Actually, It Will Be An Entire Book…

But on her blog right now you can read one chapter of the book that will be out in April.

I have read the entire book, all the different parts, and I think it will do more than help writers, but help anyone who is struggling with trying to find a way through life with chronic illness, as Kris has done.

And she gives you a little bit of a hint of what it was like for her and how frightening it was last year at this point. A lot of us were not sure she would make it through last winter. Yet somehow she kept that strength and the writing going as best she could.

She might be the strongest and most stubborn human I have had the pleasure to know. And by far the best writer.

So you want a glimpse behind the scenes? Kris pulls the curtain aside just a touch. And in by doing so with her blog and with her coming book, help others.

Give it a read. You might be very glad you did. You can find it here…

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  • Mariya

    Thank you for sharing, Dean. I‘m so glad Kris is healthy now. Health and prosperity to you both!

  • Alisa T.

    Wow! I would love to read the entire book that Chris wrote. Please tell me where I can buy it. A piece of this book I really liked! I’m very worried about Chris. I am grateful to her that she is such a strong woman, despite her illness, and also writes such remarkable books. She is an example of courage and willpower to me. I want to thank Chris for her commitment to life and the creation of such a wonderful book! I look forward to the full version of the book and, of course, to continue!

  • Lisa Nixon Richard

    Oh, I am so excited for this book and will go read her blog after I write this. I struggle with autoimmune diseases. Yep, I am one of the lucky ones with multiple. When I sat through the business class this past November, I wondered how I would ever reach the writing status I dream of for my future. I have been sick a lot these last three months and held on tight to what a lot of you talked about. We need our career to fit our life. At any rate, I am excited to see how Kris handled her illness and writing. I think it will help me a bunch. Please keep us posted on the release date. I am so glad Kris is doing better!!!

  • allynh

    Robert Plant was on Austin City Limits again. The interview at the end is key. He points out his longevity. That the casual listener is in a show for the moment, the band have to constantly play to please themselves.

    Robert Plant Interview on Austin City Limits

    Watch this a few times and you will see how it applies to everything you say about writers as well.