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Overview Author Terri Gray has been handed a few pumpkins in her lifetime. Yet when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she immediately turned to her Prince Charming, Jesus Christ. His plan was the perfect fit for her life. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Publishers Description Author Terri Gray has been handed a few pumpkins in her lifetime. Yet when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she immediately turned to her Prince Charming, Jesus Christ. His plan was the perfect fit for her life. When breast cancer invades a woman's body, the initial shock and disbelief often turns her inward, and quickly, she becomes a victim in the battle for her life. 'Of Fairy Tales and Happily Ever Afters' is an autobiography that takes the reader down a completely different path. Instead of being victimized by the disease, Terri accepts the challenge to make a difference in the lives of others through the breast cancer diagnosis.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.64" Weight: 0.87 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598861042 ISBN13 9781598861044
Availability 127 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 07:19.
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More About Terri Gray
Author and cancer survivor Terri Gray is passionate about helping others find hope in the midst of her own battle with cancer. She and her husband, David, live in Lompoc, California. Their two children, Jennifer, aged 22, and Christopher, aged 18, are currently college students and live close by. Throughout her two-year battle with inflammatory breast cancer, Terri has placed her complete trust in God to help her face each day. Her desire is to be a blessing to whoever comes across her path.
Reviews - What do customers think about Of Fairy Tales & Happily Ever Afters: My Story of Breast Cancer?
Autobiography and testament to the author's faith in God Oct 8, 2007
As someone who is also battling Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC), I was reluctant to read this book when I learned that the author passed away in April 2006 of IBC. However it helped me to see how someone with metastatic breast cancer can live each day fully and with joy, relying on the support of family and friends, along with a complete trust in God.
The book is comprised mainly of e-mail updates that the author sent to her family and friends over the course of 2 years. It is a very detailed and personal account of her journey fighting breast cancer with numerous chemotherapy treatments. At times it was difficult for me to read, knowing that the author passed away at the age of 44, less than one year after completing the book. But as the author would frequently close her e-mails by saying "May I be a blessing to you in each word I write today", I can say that she has been to me.
Miracles in the making! Mar 27, 2006
I've purchased a number of copies of this GREAT book! I'm donating copies and putting them in the waiting rooms at doctor's offices! This book is not just for those with cancer, but for anyone that may be experiencing one of life's trials! It proves that, by focusing on something Other than the trial, we are more than conquerors! Writing a book is difficult enough, but to do so while battling for her life....wow! Terri and her family are being used as a Light, showing many that there truly is HOPE!
Personal and Real; Has a Decidedly Positive Spin Mar 16, 2006
This book is remarkable because it is so incredibly personal. Terri tells the true story of her life and specifically her experiences while battling breast cancer. It is obvious when reading the book that Terri is a REAL person. She sheds the walls of privacy in hope that the telling of her story will help others. Yes, this book has a specific religious tone, as Terri reconciles most everything to her religious beliefs. However, the reader need only make a small jump to make application to their own beliefs, and any reader can understand the benefits of faith, friends, and family when faced with the challenges described in the book. Her positive spirit and determination to help others is an inspiration to a wide audience.