Good morning, everyone. Though it isn't morning as I write this, and chances are it isn't morning while you're reading, either. "Good morning" just sounds welcoming. So that's what I'm going with.
As some of you may know, my new book, Metastatic Memories is out. You can find it here, in both paperback and Kindle editions. My six-month-old nephew reviewed the book (spoiler: it's adorable). You can find his review here.
It's been quite the week. Metastatic Memories was released, I picked up leads on new freelance clients, I found out my chances of the cancer coming back are down to 15%, I had a mini-breakdown, I reflected a lot on friendship, and what it's like to be a young adult cancer survivor attempting to function as normal in the real world. All of this happened conveniently during Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week, and they all deserve their own posts. For the time being, I'll leave you with a small shred of wisdom, which is -- life is what you make it. You can be all kinds of things, and have all kinds of things happen to you. But it's how you respond to your circumstances and how you go about accomplishing the goals you set for yourself that define your direction.