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My So-Called Normal Life Hardcover – April 21, 2005
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That's because this book is about much more than just Erin's cancer treatments. It's about her life as a whole, while going through some unusual and hard cirumstances. Ms. Zammett has a great writing style and manages to keep things interesting and fast-moving while instilling humor into the book and telling it like it is. It's obvious that she's very honest and makes no attempt to stay "PC." (She openly states that she lost weight while undergoing treatment, and still loves how she looks in pictures from that time period.)
This book is an easy, interesting read, and after finishing it you can't help but admire Erin and her family for what they've been through and feel a little bit grateful for your life as it is.
The book is ok, but I didn't really find it relatable and I'm hoping there is better out there.
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The writing was as if you were there. You get a warm feeling just seeing how some people can be so strong when going through such a difficult time.Published on August 16, 2012 by EL
I found out about the author watching the Kris Carr documentary "crazy, sexy cancer." Unlike the author, Erin Zammett, I did not have myelogenous leukemia, but I had breast cancer. Read morePublished on May 1, 2010 by Melle P.
I guess I'm the only one who wasn't totally insired by her story. I did not follow her stories in Glamour, but I am a young woman who was diagnosed with cancer in her 20s. Read morePublished on July 4, 2006 by RubyTue
A memoir about a 23 year old girl who finds out she has cancer while she works at glamour magazine. She learns to soak in life, to love those around her, and distill the important... Read morePublished on March 21, 2006 by The Inveterate Reader
It was written with warmth and honesty...
I would highly recommend it for people who were diagnosed with leukemia or for the ones who weren't but still don't know how... Read more
I was laughing & crying hysterical at the same time. I couldn't put it down and didn't want it to end. A fabulous easy read. Erin has a great outlook and is a very funny writer. Read morePublished on August 26, 2005 by Sherry Cesare