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My New Book Hit Amazon Kindle Top 100 Best-Sellers List!

Yesterday morning I received a text message saying, “Congratulations! You are officially an Amazon Kindle Best-selling author!” It seems our new Kindle book How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer made the top 100!

Yesterday morning I received a text message saying,

Congratulations! You are officially an Amazon Kindle Best-selling author!

It was from Lisa Blacker, who does marketing projects for me. She compiled and edited my new Kindle book, How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer earlier this week.

I had to call her to find out what she was talking about!

It seems our new book made the top 100! In this photo, it is at #75. Click on the image to read more about this Kindle book.

Kindle book How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer makes it to Amazon Kindle's Top 100 Best Seller status in week ONE!
Kindle book How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer makes it to Amazon Kindle’s Top 100 Best Seller status in week ONE!

Click on the image to read more about this Kindle book.

New Amazon Kindle Book Guides Men on How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer

I’ve often heard and read men talk about struggling, feeling overwhelmed when they find out their wife has cancer. I remember the feeling of being overwhelmed and powerless when my wife, Mary was diagnosed with breast cancer. It makes a husband feel out of control. I wanted to do something I could control. For me, that was research.

After Mary died I gained some insights in retrospect, which I share in my new Kindle book, How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer, currently offered for $2.99. In this Kindle book, I offer practical suggestions for everyday situations that you don’t think of when you’re going through it all.

I’ve often heard and read men talk about struggling, feeling overwhelmed when they find out their wife has cancer. I remember the feeling of being overwhelmed and powerless when my wife, Mary was diagnosed with breast cancer. It makes a husband feel out of control. I wanted to do something I could control. For me, that was research.

In my book Still Have Faith, A Husband’s Story About a 21-Year War with Breast Cancer, I share some of the statistics I found when researching. If you haven’t yet read my book, click here to purchase the Kindle version via Amazon, or click here to purchase the paperback book.

After Mary died I gained some insights in retrospect, which I share in my new Kindle book, How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer, currently offered for $2.99. In this Kindle book, I offer practical suggestions for everyday situations that you don’t think of when you’re going through it all.

The content of this Kindle book was written for the husband-caregiver, but the wife with cancer will also benefit from reading it, as will the close friends and family members.

PLEASE NOTE:  This Kindle book is not appropriate for children since I talk about sex acts with some clinical specifics as they relate to the medical conditions. Sensitive adult readers may want to skim or skip the chapter on Sex and Affection When Your Wife Has Cancer.

Buy my books via these links:

Still Have Faith, A Husband’s Story About a 21-Year War with Breast Cancer

paperback

Kindle version

How to Cope, Manage the Household, and Make Love When Your Wife Has Cancer

Kindle book

I sincerely hope you find that my books provide some helpful actionable information that will make the situation a little less stressful for the couple with cancer. — Mike

More Positive Book Reviews on Amazon!

My purpose for writing this book — and marketing to reach more readers — is to help more people who are affected by cancer. Thank you for your support and interest.

My book Still Have Faith now has 55, 5-star reviews on Amazon!

Thanks to LMag, MilitaryWife, and Jason Williamson for the 5/5-star reviews! I appreciate that you have taken the time to let others know my story could be helpful to others.

If you have read my book, would you please write a review on Amazon?

If you have not yet read my book, you can read one chapter for free via this link, or buy the book here and dig in.

My purpose for writing this book — and marketing to reach more readers — is to help more people who are affected by cancer. Thank you for your support and interest.

 

 

So Much To Do When a Loved One is Ill – How to Manage

Managing the household when a family member has cancer or another debilitating illness takes a toll on all involved. Tips to smoother household management…

We hope to help more people with our third article published in a large online magazine. The article is Managing the Household When Your Wife Has Cancer, which can be daunting and feel never-ending.

If you or a family member has cancer or another debilitating illness, you may find some helpful tips in this article, featured on The Good Men Project. Please comment on the article if you find it helpful. Please share the article with anyone you feel may benefit from the information. Thank you.

Click the the logo below and the link will take you there.Good Men Project logo

About The Good Men Project, from their website:

[A] diverse community of 21st century thought leaders who are actively participating in a conversation about the way men’s roles are changing in modern life—and the way those changes affect everyone. We explore the world of men and manhood in a way that no media company ever has, tackling the issues and questions that are most relevant to men’s lives. We write about fatherhood, family, sex, ethics, war, gender, politics, sports, pornography, and aging. We shy away from nothing. Our content reflects the multidimensionality of men — we are alternatively funny and serious, provocative and thoughtful, earnest and light-hearted. We search far and wide for new stories and new voices from “the front lines of modern manhood.” And we do it without moralizing and without caricaturizing our audience; we let guys be guys, but we do it while challenging confining cultural notions of what a “real man” must be.

How to Cope When Cancer Complicates Life

The Good Men Project published our second article in their Male Caregiver weekend series. This one is Keeping it Together When Your Wife Has Cancer. I faced and overcame many struggles caring for my wife during her 17 and a half year battle with cancer. Often I felt like a single parent to our two young children. I had to manage our household while holding down a high-level job and caring and advocating for Mary during her breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and eventual death.

The Good Men Project published our second article in their Male Caregiver weekend series. This one is Keeping it Together When Your Wife Has Cancer. I faced and overcame many struggles caring for my wife during her 17 and a half year battle with cancer. Often I felt like a single parent to our two young children. I had to manage our household while holding down a high-level job and caring and advocating for Mary during her breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and eventual death.

Read my article via the link on this logo:

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