Book Giveaways for June
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Tumbleweeds: A Novel by Leila Meacham. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The 500: A Novel by Matthew Quirk. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
Book Giveaway Winners for May
Winner of Born of Silence
Mary Chin - MA
Winner of Guilt by Degrees
Barbara Nolan - KY
Featured Book - Dark Solus: An Assassin's Tale by David Andrew Crawford
Dark Solus: An Assassin's Tale is a dark fantasy, science fiction novel about one of the deadliest assassins on the planet Eorth. The evil wizard Kalifen, along with the ruthless leaders of the Assassins, Thieves and Halfling guilds murdered his parents when he was only a child.
Haunted by their merciless execution, he now waits and prepares to exact his revenge on all those responsible for their demise. Dark is transformed and trained by the Styg, the warden of the Stygian depths and his Grandfather, Mephistopheles, the ancient silver dragon.
Fifteen years later after his parents death, Dark is now ready to travel to the City of Duergar, the home of his enemies. Trained in the skills of assassination and armed with lethal devices and his knowledge of the dark arts, he has only one mission…..to kill them all!
Note: Dark Solus: An Assassin's Tale by David Andrew Crawford has placed second in the 2011 Written Art Awards in the category of Science Fiction/Fantasy
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Featured Book - The Take-Charge Patient: How You Can Get the Best Medical Care by Martine Ehrenclou, M.A.
Frustrated or confused about how to get good medical care? In her newest book, The Take-Charge Patient: How You Can Get The Best Medical Care (Lemon Grove Press, May 15, 2012) award-winning author Martine Ehrenclou empowers patients to become pro-active, assertive, well informed participants in their own health care. With advice and personal stories from over 200 doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals and patients, The Take-Charge Patient reveals insider information on how to cut through the red tape and navigate today’s complex health care system with confidence.
Ehrenclou outlines strategies to enable patients to take charge of what they can–---how to prepare for a medical appointment, how to create a patient’s toolkit, how to find the right doctors, how to communicate effectively with doctors and how to form the all-important collaborative relationship with medical professionals. She also provides vital information on how to prevent medical errors and medication mistakes, how to manage health insurance and how to obtain discounted medication and medical care. The Take- Charge Patient, will forever change how you act as a patient and thereby vastly improve the quality of medical care you receive.
Six months into her research for The Take-Charge Patient, Martine Ehrenclou developed debilitating, chronic pain and used every strategy in her new book. She went from author and advocate for others to an advocate for herself and became a take-charge patient. After eleven doctors failed to diagnose her correctly, Martine found her own diagnosis and the correct surgeon to treat her. She is now pain free.
According to Ehrenclou, your health care is a team sport. The Take-Charge Patient shows you how to become an effective player.
Martine Ehrenclou, has also written the multiple award-winning Critical Conditions: The Essential Hospital Guide to Get Your Loved One Out Alive. Critical Conditions received an enthusiastic reception in the press in numerous outlets including: ABC World News, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Los Angeles Times Magazine and Publishers Weekly among many more. Critical Conditions received numerous awards for best health book of 2009 including The Mom’s Choice Awards, ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year, Best Health Book of the Year Awarded by Authors and Books.net and a finalist for The National Indie Excellence Awards. Ehrenclou writes monthly articles for several health websites and is regularly published on topics of patient empowerment, advocacy and other health/medical issues. She frequently lectures at universities, hospitals, and various organizations around the country.
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