Good morning world. Well today you can listen to my interview on the authors show about my book The Pink Unicons of Male Breast cancer. This is on all day. Time is running out if you would like to vote for the book which has been nominated for the peoples book prize . You have until 10 May. http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/ and finally if you would like to read the book. It is available from Amazon in paperback or Kindle versions..and also from the book depository. It isnt expensive. Todate I have only had good reviews about it. "The best being the most down to earth description of cancer and it's treatment" Awareness of male breast cancer needs to be spread. simple fact Men have breasts too so why cant they have breast cancer? it is NOT a "womans"disease. :-).
Help me to create awareness
March 1, That means you can vote for the book The Pink Unicorns of Male Breast Cancer. The book has been nominated for the Peoples Book Prize ( non fiction). Alan is not interested in the honours he'll get. The only thing he wants is to get awareness for the fact man can get breastcancer too. When Alan is one of the first three selected, it will mean he has to go to London. Just think about the awareness should he be selected? So people, here is the link to vote. Ask your friends, husbands, wives to help and to vote!
Check those pects its your ONLY chance. to finding it early. most men are stage 3 before they see a doctor. survival is already down to 52% and dropping fast.
Today Blossom Spring Publishing celebrates the release of Alan F. Herbert's book The Pink Unicorns of Male Breast Cancer. They will be posting on their page regularly throughout the day about Alan's remarkable story. Unfortunately, Alan was taken ill recently and is currently in hospital recovering from an operation, so he can't join us today, but we invite you all to "Like", comment and ask any questions if you wish about any of the post you see today!
So what is Alan's story about? : Alan Herbert is a West London born, ex forces, motorcycle riding, all action grandfather who now lives in The Netherlands with his family. In 2012, he was diagnosed with breast cancer. Alan vividly describes his battle with cancer and the often absurd situations he finds himself in as he fights not only the killer disease, but also the ignorance borne out of the feminization of breast cancer. Follow Alan’s courageous story that shows not only ...the determination, but the admirable spirit of a man who battled and survived. An inspirational, gripping, and down-to-earth story written from a man’s point of view in dealing with breast cancer. “Men have breasts too!” Alan's book is now on sale throughout various high street stores and can also be ordered today on Amazon either in paperback or kindle.
Alan F. Herbert