Can We Edit our Cancer Stories? How?

Posted January 30th, 2020

There’s a quote from Susan Statham that gave me pause when I first read it: “Your life is a story; write well, edit often.” How do you do that? How does the editing process work? Back when my husband’s cancer took a sharp left turn, chemo was prescribed – not as a cure, but as […]


Writing a Life

Posted November 21st, 2018

Here’s a conundrum: it took me two seconds to decide in my heart that writing for a cancer blog was the BEST IDEA EVER. But it took me a little longer (okay, seven months to be exact but stop judging me, we just met) to put pen to paper. Why? Part of the answer lies […]


OncoLink named one of Healthline’s 2018 “Best Cancer Blogs of the Year”

Posted May 11th, 2018

Once again, the OncoLink blog has been named one of the Best Cancer Blogs of the year by Healthline. We are so proud of our writers who blog for us and share their expertise, experiences, and passion with you – this award reflects their commitment to cancer care, education and support. Our blog team comes […]


Putting Dreams on Paper

Posted May 18th, 2017

I’m at a coffee shop—one of those fabulous local places where the high ceilings thrum with industrial pipes and funky lighting, and a large garage door is open to let in the mountain air—waiting for two of my creative team members. Jim and Michelle are meeting me here to brainstorm over some needed changes to […]