PRLog - Jan. 4, 2013 - BRISTOL, U.K. -- Chris Geiger is pleased to announce the release of Bad Cells; a collection of his witty and thought-provoking newspaper columns. His weekly column rapidly grew in popularity, eventually earning him the prestigious Columnist of the Year award.
Bad Cells by Chris Geiger
He writes about such random subjects as our attitude towards breasts, dog walkers, death, high fibre diets, cosmetic surgery, car alarms, prostate examinations, the Queen’s speech, celebrities, assisted suicide and oral sex. Other observations include Wimbledon, doctor’s waiting rooms and suggestions that smokers are “dumb or dyslexic” for ignoring the health warnings on packets.
Chris said “I’m so grateful to the many regular readers who engaged in firing abuse at me one week or suggesting I become Mayor the next, it was an honour they responded in the spirit I’d written the columns.”
Chris Geiger’s first book, The Cancer Survivors Club has received rave reviews since it was released. Bel Mooney the Daily Mail Columnist said “I have no doubt this book will be very useful indeed. When a diagnosis is made many people are afflicted by fear and negativity - which is why stories that give hope are helpful to patient and family alike. Chris Geiger will prove an inspiration.”
Bad Cells, his second book includes his wide-reaching Guinness World Record column, published on World Cancer Day and an excerpt of his top selling book ‘The Cancer Survivors Club’.
Chris Geiger said “I conceived the idea to write a weekly newspaper column about cancer, in an attempt to make it less of a taboo subject. Thankfully numerous newspaper editors gave in to my blackmail and threats of violence, enabling me to kick-start my personal campaign to help, encourage and inspire those affected by cancer.“
Bad Cells, will be available now from Amazon.
About The Author:
Chris Geiger splits his time between Bristol in the UK and Boca Raton, USA. In 2011, he won the ‘Columnist of the Year’ award, sponsored by EDF Energy, for the numerous light-hearted newspaper columns, publicising the disease and cancer charities. Other projects to raise awareness include writing a newspaper feature on World Cancer Day, in which he received a Guinness World Record for ‘Most Published Newspaper Article’. The Cancer Survivors Club was his first book to inspire and encourage everyone touched by cancer. He is committed to supporting cancer patients and raising funds for cancer support groups and charities through his writing.
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