PRLog - March 18, 2014 - ELKINS, W.Va. -- Sally wants to meet readers to discuss brain tumor recovery and caregiver tips. She will be at Main Line Books in Elkins, West Virginia, on March 22 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm to discuss and sign her book, Smiling Again: Coming Back to Life and Faith After Brain Surgery. Released on March 1, Smiling Again waspublished by Morgan James Publishing. Through Smiling Again, Sally shares her journey with an abrupt and life-changing brain tumor diagnosis as well as her ongoing recovery.
Acoustic Neuroma(AN) brain tumors occur in about 2 in 100,000 people and have no definitive cause, grow for years quietly, and are life changing when they are diagnosed and treated. Throughout her book, Sally shares the importance of having a strong support system for recovery. While some AN patients skate through surgery and recovery, many are left with residual issues that are exhausting and real. Smiling Again was written in the hope that she could help AN patients as well as caregivers. The book includes tips that can guide others who face any type of health crisis.
Smiling Again: Coming Back to Life and Faith After Brain Surgery is available from Amazon.com in printed form and for Kindle. The book is also available on Powells.com, and BarnesAndNoble.com. It is also available in Nook format.
Learn more about it from SmilingAgainBook.com.
About Sally Stap
Sally Stap is a writer living in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She began writing after brain surgery and a long, ongoing recovery brought her Information Technology career to a halt. Struggling with head pain, facial paralysis, and single-sided deafness, she turned to writing to capture her life-changing experience. In addition to authoring Smiling Again, she was a contributing author to Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology (https://store.artprize.org/