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All That Followed: A story of cancer, kids and the fear of leaving too soon Paperback – 9 Aug 2018
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Emma Campbell is a freelance writer and columnist for Best magazine. She runs her own blog `Me And My Four' and has worked extensively with Cancer Research UK's marketing team. She is married with four children and lives in London.
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I will try not to whinge that I'm tired anymore! I never realised how easy I had it... Thank you emma for sharing your story and I now follow you on IG. Good luck with the triplets and implementing your new discipline etc! It will be worth it. i promise.
Truly inspiring, wrote from the heart, with no bars held. It shows that whatever life throws your way, however hard it is, keep on keeping on, even when you feel like giving it all up.
I’ve brougt more copies of this book to leave in the various wards of the hospital of my own cancer journey, so that someone else may benefit from Emma’s journey just like my children and I have.
This is the story of a young woman facing challenges that would cause most of us to want to throw up our hands and give up. What more could Life throw at Emma? Plenty!
Her courage, strength and dogged determination to give her all for her beautiful children, shows what pure love can bring out in a mum.
I defy anyone not to shed a tear. You’ll want to punch the air and say, “Fantastic, Emma! Good for you! Stay strong, be proud and be happy.”
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