“Today my guest is Joanie Shawhan, and she shares how she lived through cancer and chemotherapy.” Cynthia L. Simmons Heart of the Matter Radio
Deb Gustafson from Moody Radio in the Quad Cities interviewed Joanie Shawhan, airing the program July 22, 2019. “Are you frightened by a cancer diagnosis? Do you know where to turn for encouragement, comfort and support? Today’s guest has been where you are, receiving a devastating cancer diagnosis. Now Joanie Shawhan has written down what […]
Mark Welp and Shelby Roberts featured my ovarian cancer story and book, In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer, on their WMBD morning show, Good Day Central Illinois.
Kathryn Larson from Spectrum TV Interviewed Joanie Shawhan, author of In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer and followed her to her ovarian cancer social group, The Fried Eggs—Sunny-Side Up https://spectrumnews1.com/wi/madison/human-interest/2019/07/24/author-starts-first-ovarian-cancer-support-group-in-the-state
Make your home book launch party a success!
When I shared my idea of a book launch party, a friend volunteered her help. A veteran at planning church events, she could pull off a celebration without a hitch. One evening she arrived for our brainstorming session, pen and notebook in hand. Four pages of notes later she left, promising to send me a Word document spelling out every party detail.
New book featured, In her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer
Samantha Bowers, host of Midday Madison at WKOW TV, featured my ovarian cancer story and book, In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer.
Thank you to WMAP Radio, stationed in New York, for featuring my ovarian cancer story and new book, In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer.
Joanie shares her ovarian cancer story with Michelle Rayburn on Life Repurposed.
In 2006, I rolled over in bed and felt a grapefruit-sized mass in my abdomen. I Thought it was just a fibroid. Several weeks later, I had an appointment with a physical therapist for a back injury. The therapist instructed me to lie face down on the therapy table. He pressed his fingers along either side […]