Local Author Releases Personal Account of Ovarian Cancer Experience

Paola, Kansas, January 28, 2014: Lucky 13 Unlimited today released Are You Listening? A Personal Journal of an Ovarian Cancer Survivor, a fast-paced account of romantic suspense author Michelle Grey’s experience from initial sonogram to final clear pathology. The e-book short story, available via Amazon, B&N, and Apple iTunes, chronicles her thirty-day medical experience and details the subtle early-warning signs that escape many women. The purpose of the story is two-fold, according to Grey. First, to raise awareness of the symptoms, since early detection is the key to winning the battle. And second, to demonstrate the value of advocating for yourself when talking to medical professionals. All proceeds from the sale of this $.99 e-book will benefit the Vicki Welsh Ovarian Cancer Fund, a local, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of ovarian cancer, communicating recognition of the warning signs, supporting research, and supporting women diagnosed with the disease. Lucky 13 Unlimited was formed in 2013 to help independent authors navigate the publishing industry. For more information about Are You Listening?, please contact Michelle Grey or visit her website at www.threewritersofromance.com. For more information about the Vicki Welsh Fund, please visit the website: www.thevickiwelshfund.org.

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