No Full Stops – A Memoir (Colour)
AN INSIGHTFUL MEMOIR OF THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF CANCER AND THE IMPACT IT HAS ON EVERYONE, FROM THE DIRE TO THE RIDICULOUS.
Louise navigates a roller coaster year of cancer treatment, single parenthood and family dynamics, all whilst wrangling two dogs and two children – a son, Mr Mac, with Asperger’s and a daughter, Miss Lipstick, the most organised person you’ll ever meet.
As Louise attempts to get back to her old life and find meaning from this difficult chapter, she discovers fear is holding her hostage and old stories are preventing her from fully embracing her second chance at life.
An inspiring account of hard-won resilience told with warmth and humour. Louise ultimately finds the courage to live life on her own terms – a life with no full stops
10% of profits from book sales will be donated to Breast cancer research and support services in Australia.
First Edition – Colour
Amazon #1 Best Seller
No Full Stops – A Memoir
‘No Full Stops is a refreshing reflection on living with cancer through the emotional, humorous and very real accounts of one woman’s experience. Louise has gifted readers with the ability to sit in the skin of a cancer patient and understand a little of what the experience and pain may be like, but her quirky and magnetic personality ensures a light, enjoyable and funny read.’
Writer & Award-winning Journalist
‘No Full Stops is an easy read, funny, frenetic, honest and vulnerable. Louise’s description of her ‘Annus horribilis’, the year she spent fighting breast cancer and trying to juggle her life and responsibilities while being treated, is raw and revealing but full of hope and courage. As a fellow breast cancer survivor, this is the book I would have liked those around me to have read.’
Breast Cancer Survivor
‘I’d recommend No Full Stops as a comforting companion for those facing their own diagnosis, treatment and recovery journey and equally helpful to friends and families trying to understand their loved one’s perspective. A valuable read if you’re reflecting on the impact of cancer or any other life-altering event.’
Dr Rebecca Jackson, PhD,
Psychologist & Author of The Journey of You