First, please watch my promo video of who I am and what the book is all about.
Now, check out the Press category filled with reviews of the book (here are the Amazon reviews) and other sundries of what happens to me in the press world, my biography might be of interest, as well as what I am doing in the food world (working with Real Time Farms on food transparency).
I am more than happy to say hello. I am 99% assiduous about checking my online world, so if you contact me at corinna dot borden at gmail dot com, I will get back to you.
Otherwise, here is a sampling of some great press for the book I have received!
reposted to yahoo news
and rewiggled to the Daily Mail in the UK!
November 14, 2011, A Radio Interview with Tom Mischke
January 31, 2012, A Television Interview with The Doctors
May 24, 2012 There are two sides to every (success) story
August 8, 2012 Living with Cancer: a documentary from Michigan Radio
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Cancer helps young woman decide which voices in her head to listen to
(Rhinebeck, NY) “I am in Tijuana, and I want you to tell me everything is going to be okay. I want you to tell me chemotherapy is the work of the corporate devil.”
As she watched a disheveled man with a stain on his trousers examine her blood under a microscope, Corinna Borden wanted nothing more than to know she has made the right decision in seeking alternative treatment for her cancer.
How she got to Mexico from Ann Arbor, Mich.after countless examinations ending in -opsy and -oscopy, relentless pain and exhausting chemotherapy, and more advice than she had ever heard in her life is the disarmingly honest story Borden tells in I Dreamt of Sausage, her autobiographical portrayal of a young, newly married woman’s search for health after a diagnosis of Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Most importantly for Borden, it’s the story of how her relationship to the world transformed when she chose to transform how she looks at the world. Through her personal journal entries and inner-voice discussions, the author takes readers right into her head, immersing them in the emotional and spiritual challenges of cancer treatment with unflinching honesty.
“I want readers of I Dreamt of Sausage to learn how they can move from overwhelming physical suffering to tranquility and acceptance,” says Borden, who believes her cancer is no longer a determining factor in her life. “The story is about recognizing the voices in your head and choosing which ones to listen to.”
See how Borden is still living her life (with a capital L!) at www.corinnaborden.com.