The C Card and Me, is a cancer survival guide written by a woman who took a daunting diagnosis and turned it into an inspiring and living tale of triumph over stage IV colon cancer.
Drawing from her experiences battling this “punk-ass” disease, Ali Gilmore has created a veritable cancer survival guide for those newly diagnosed and their loved ones.
Written in a tone that reflects her voice irreverent humor, and designed to be read in a day (under 70 pages), Ali shares her insights and anecdotes with an unvarnished truth and refreshing wit, to shed some light on a rather dark subject and smooth the road ahead for others.
This book is for you if:
- You are afraid of cancer
- You are facing cancer
- Someone you know is facing cancer
- You wonder how you would deal if you had to face it one day.
Listen to Ali talk about the book on the radio – KPTZ 91.9 FM
What people are saying about The C Card and Me:
“Ali you are a breath of fresh air. Your book is very compelling, relevant and funny.” – Timber Jim Serrill, Legendary Mascot for the Portland Timbers
“This book should be in every Doctor’s office and a part of every cancer patient’s care package. Her story is told with humility, wit and unvarnished truth.” – Gail Nigro, Real Estate Broker
“Ali is a gem and her book is too. I loved it!” – Sheila Patel, M.D.
“It’s the way she talks about the disease as a cheap, ridiculous enemy that really clicks with her ailing readers.” – Tom Pfingsten, NC Times
“I did not realize this book would effect me the way it did. I laughed…and thank you for that.” – Shannon Termine, Relay for Life Team Lead
Skye Ambrose says:
Not only is Ali my one time boss, but one of my ALL TIME favorite people in the world. I can’t wait to get this book as my mom was diagnosed last year with stage IV cancer. I’m so glad that Ali has beat this disease, and SO proud she has written about the experience! She is truly an amazing and wonderful person!
Love to you, my dear friend!
Proceeds go to organizations who support prevention, treatment, recovery from and the cure for this punk-ass disease.