Writing Out the Storm by Barbara Abercrombie
Reading and Writing Your Way Through Serious Illness or Injury

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This powerful and deeply inspirational handbook is for anyone coping with serious illness or injury-be it theirs or that of a loved one-who wants and needs to help themselves through the healing process. Offering her own experience with breast cancer, as well as stories from other authors who have suffered from illnesses or severe injuries-from Stephen King to Lance Armstrong-Abercrombie encourages readers to write what is in their hearts and to benefit from the power of shared experience. Using writing as therapy, Writing Out the Storm is a book about healing the soul.


About Barbara Abercrombie

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A widely published author and editor, Barbara Abercrombie teaches at the UCLA Extension Writer's Program. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Published October 9, 2002 by St. Martin's Griffin. 160 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Barbara Abercrombie's Writing Out the Storm: Reading and Writing Your Way Through Serious Illness or Injury is a moving, unsentimental portrait of the author with breast cancer, as she navigates her fear of death and love of writing with intelligence and grace;

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