Save 20% by ordering this book directly from Johns Hopkins University Press, using the code HTWN
My book, A Woman’s Guide to Living With Heart Disease, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, was launched as Amazon’s #1 New Release in the Medicine/Public Health category, and is already in its second printing!*
Thank you so much to cardiologist Dr. Martha Gulati, Chief of Cardiology at the University of Arizona, Executive Editor of the American College of Cardiology’s CardioSmart, and author of the best-selling book Saving Women’s Hearts, for writing such a beautiful and thoughtful foreword for my book. Here’s a brief excerpt from her pages:
“As a woman who experienced a heart attack, was misdiagnosed, and deals with everything that living with heart disease entails, Carolyn uses humor wrapped in practicality and common sense to help women navigate their disease and all the overwhelming emotions that come with this diagnosis.
“Carolyn has given a voice to the female heart patient in a way that few others have been able to. I am grateful that she decided to write this book, because I believe it will improve the dialogue between heart patients and their physicians.“
*How to buy this book:
Ask for my book at your public library or local bookshop (if they don’t have it yet, get them to order!) or get it online at:
♥ Johns Hopkins University Press (mention code HTWN to save 20% off the list price)
♥ Canadian readers! Special 20% bulk discount for orders in Canada of 10 or more books (for book clubs, support groups, cardiac rehab programs, women’s conferences, etc.) by using the code HEARTAUTHOR (and save significantly on direct shipping from Canada); just email Brunswick Books with order details: info (at) brunswickbooks (dot) ca
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*MEDIA – check out the press kit.
Parade magazine’s exclusive excerpt from my book: “After a Heart Attack: Why Am I So Tired?“
May 12, 2018: Featured in the 4th Annual ‘Emerging Local Authors‘ event!
“Very different from other heart books”: my Q&A with Johns Hopkins University Press
Read early reviews
Preview the table of contents pages.
“Best narrative I have ever encountered on this topic”, Cardiac Health Foundation
When an illness narrative isn’t just about illness: the preface to my book
A Woman’s Guide to Living with Heart Disease: Interview with Carolyn Thomas, Patient Empowerment Network, by Marie Ennis-O’Connor, Ireland