Wife, Mother, Author, Cancer Survivor, Angelique L’Amour is launching Her brand new book, “Chemo, Cupcakes and Carpools ”. The book is set to go live July 1, 2016, available Amazon, Barnes and Noble and can be ordered wherever books are sold. and is expected to become a big hit with parents and cancer survivors.
More information on the book can be found here: http://angeliquelamour.com/books/chemo-cupcakes-an…
This is the 2nd book L’Amour has authored. The book was written with the aim in mind to help parents survive chemo with family, marriage and their sanity intact. There’s also particular excitement about this launch because this book is a nuts and bolts guide to what kind of help you need, how to support a loved one and how to keep family life running smoothly, written by a cancer survivor, wife and mother.
Chemo, Cupcakes and Carpools sets its main focus on helping families get through the tough time of cancer treatment. Readers will likely find a particular interest in learning what you need to help yourself and your family. The book’s cover art was created by Denise Clemmenson and Chemo, Cupcakes and Carpools is being released by the author.
Angelique L’Amour is the compiler of the NY Times bestseller, A Trail of Memories. She is a cancer survivor who has been active in various cancer charities and has counseled many women as they have begun their treatment for cancer. This helped shaped the creation of the book. The daughter of Louis L’Amour, she grew up in a family of storytellers so writing comes naturally to her. She is at the moment working on another book with an anticipated release date of 2017.
When asked about why she wrote the book, L’Amour said: “I kept getting asked the same questions again and again and I knew that many parents needed the answers I was providing to the people I met. Once a parent is diagnosed they ask, “Will I die,” and the next question is, “What about my kids?””
L’Amour has hopes that the book will help parents to plan their days and keep their lives moving smoothly forward without adding stress to an already stressful situation. This positive outlook from the author is certainly a testament to her optimism considering the path she had to travel to learn the lesson inside. In regards to self-publishing she said, “At one point It was hard to find a cover artist until I searched children’s illustrators. I found Denise and loved the way her people looked and she really understood the need to stay positive with the image.
In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking her husband and children for their support and her high school class who helped come up with the title! She also thanked fellow survivors, Teresa Chutuk, a high school friend and Cathy Williamson, a friend for many years and fashion blogger at The Middle Page, for their part in the creation of the book. She also spoke of her friend, who passed away from cancer,saying: “I want to thank Barb Burg Schieffelin, my friend and publicist on my first book, who encouraged me to put this together to help other parents, like herself, dealing with cancer diagnosis. She pushed me forward and supported me during my own treatment.”
Those interested in learning more about the book can visit here: http://angeliquelamour.com/books/chemo-cupcakes-an…
Release ID: 124435