Lynda Wolters is signing copies of “Voices of Cancer” in CO this week.
BOOK SIGNING DETAILS
Friday January 24, 2020 5:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
2999 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80301
About the Author:
Lynda Wolters was born and raised in a tiny farming community of 400 in northern Idaho. She worked on the family farm, her first job being picking rocks out of the fields. When she was old enough, she moved up in the farming world to driving trucks and the combine during harvest. After high school, she traveled to New York for a few months to be a nanny before moving to Las Vegas, where she went on with her schooling. She moved back home to Idaho to raise her three sons and continues to reside there with her husband and her long-haired miniature dachshund, Tucker “Bug.”
Lynda works in a law firm in Boise and enjoys ballroom and swing dancing, horseback riding, and kayaking and rafting the rivers of Idaho. She has a heart for people and enjoys volunteering. She spends the bulk of her free time at the family’s cabin where she writes with Bug on her lap. Lynda was diagnosed with stage 4 terminal mantle cell lymphoma in August 2016 and is currently continuing treatment.
About the Book:
“I don’t know what to say” and “I don’t know what to do” are common responses to a life-threatening diagnosis. Voices of Cancer is here to help.
Every cancer story is different, but there is one commonality: both patients and the people supporting them often struggle to properly articulate their wants and needs through particularly challenging—and in many cases, uncharted—territory. Lynda Wolters knows firsthand: she was diagnosed with stage 4 terminal mantle cell lymphoma in August of 2016.
Voices of Cancer offers a candid look into the world of a cancer patient, informed by Lynda’s own story and conversations had with dozens of patients weighing in on their needs, wants, and dislikes as they navigate the complex world of diagnosis, treatment, and beyond. With comprehensive and accessible insight from people who’ve been there, Voices of Cancer helps educate, dispel fears, and start positive conversations about what a cancer diagnosis truly means, while shining a light on how best to support a loved one on their own terms.