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Dying to Live: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus and chronic illness Paperback – June 4, 2013
About the Author
Amy Susan Crohn is a marketing communications, business development professional, writer and journalist. She began her career in 1980 as a newspaper reporter and continued working in public relations, corporate communications and marketing until she started her own business in 1989. During the following 10 years, she directed multiple corporate communications projects including research, creative copywriting, budgeting, project control, artistic direction and overall project production, serving international clientele in a variety of industries. She is a skilled public speaker. Amy also developed an interactive Executive Media Workshop to teach high-level managers and corporate CEOs how to manage the media spotlight. She was invited to present this workshop at a number of companies and associations across the tri-state area. Amy also taught a Public Relations course at a New York college. An avid, reader, writer and blogger, she is married, has two grown sons and lives in Ossining, New York and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. This is her first published work but she has several more writing projects in various stages of completion.
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