Sunday, February 17, 2008

Review: Suite 101

There's a very nice review of Mom's Cancer just posted at Suite 101, an interesting site with which I was not previously familiar. Suite 101 is hard to describe: it's like a general-interest magazine that publishes freelance articles on a variety of subjects such as lifestyle, health, education, entertainment, books, technology, politics and more, with dozens of new pieces posted every day. Very ambitious, and evidently successful.

Editor/reviewer Irene Taylor concludes, "This book is a 'must read' for anyone facing cancer of a loved one. Make no mistake--this graphic novel isn’t a child’s comic book. It is a serious, often humorous, always honest guide on how families can cope with a cancer diagnosis and survive the difficult road ahead." Irene and I corresponded when she asked permission to post my cover art with her review--a courtesy I always appreciate--and I'm grateful for her recommendation. Thanks!


Kris, Skint in Europe said...


I just wanted to let you all know about a challenge I´m currently in the middle of in order to raise as much money as possible for the charity, Cancer Research.
My challenge is to get to every capital city in the European Union without a single penny in my pocket.
I´m 110 days into the challenge, and have knocked out 15 capitals already.
My adventures are documented on my blog, and I´d appreciate if you´d all have a look at my blog and if you like it, recommend it also to friends. Obiously the more attention I get, the better, because I want to reach as many potential sponsors as possible.

Take care, and I´ll be checking this blog from now on.


Anonymous said...

Great review - and well deserved.

cliara said...

Very Very Nice