Cancer. Alzheimer’s. These are two of our most feared words, and I hope you and your family are never touched by either of these diseases. In my case, I have seen my husband fight lung cancer and my mother live with Alzheimer’s. But I have learned that with the right knowledge and action we can survive cancer and prevent Alzheimer’s.
I have some good news for you. My book Not Going Gently, a fusion of Alzheimer’s science and memoir, is now also available in Spanish, both in print and on Kindle as No Me Iré Dócilmente: El relato de una psicóloga que lucha contra la enfermedad de Alzheimer, por su madre. ..y quizá por ella misma. Translation credits go to Ingrid Acosta G. in Bogota, Colombia.
If you haven’t already read this book in English (or even if you have!), now would be a good time to read it again or give it as a gift ––because in both languages the introductory price of the Kindle edition ($6.99) is reduced 30% for a limited time.
Paperback copies can be obtained through Amazon.com at a cost of $12.95 for the Spanish edition or $12.50 for the English version. AND I will make a donation of 50% of my royalties to Children’s Shelter of Hope Foundation for each book, Spanish or English, ordered through Amazon. Please simply drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org when you order so that I can track the donation properly.
How else can you practice your language skills and learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s while reading an engaging mother/daughter memoir?
Check it out on amazon.com or on https://www.facebook.com/CLVincent-769835469730756/