Work began on the book Joy Is Contagious...Cancer Isn't back in April. That's when I feel the Holy Spirit prompted me to put together a book where breast cancer survivors could share their stories of hope, courage, love, peace and yes...even joy.
At the outset of this literary adventure, I had grand plans of it being available NOW...just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I envisioned attending all of the local breast cancer walks with a table and stacks of my book in tow, meeting countless women and personalizing signatures until my hand cramped. But alas, October is here and my book isn't. There's no one to blame, it's simply a lengthy process and I'm learning about it as I go. Aren't you thankful that we're never too old to learn something new?
The book should be available by mid-November, so just in time for Christmas gifts! As much as I wanted to have it in October, I'm trying to look on the bright side knowing that God's timing is always perfect. ALWAYS.
"But when the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son..." Galatians 4:4
Jesus didn't enter this world a day early or a moment too late. This book in no way compares to the magnitude of Christ's birth (that goes without saying), but I believe that when it finally makes its way to book stores, Amazon, your nightstand, etc... that it will encourage, comfort, and inspire the hurting hearts that are intended to read it. All the right people at just the right time. That could be a slogan...for something.
As you and I await the release of Joy Is Contagious...Cancer Isn't feel free to watch this video I did earlier this year to explain to friends how I found out about my cancer. Much of what I share in the video didn't make it into the book, so a spoiler alert is completely unnecessary (FWIW I typed that word 4 times before I spelled it right...let's just blame it on Tamoxifen Brain!)
Funny that the title "Author" appears above this description yet I have no idea what to share about myself in this space! How about my first name is Kim. My last name is Tisor. Tisor rhymes with miser, though I try not to be one.
For more information about me, please visit the author page.