THE Sun Shines after the Clouds have Blown Away
Beverly Ann Carinus
With Steve Pilkington-Williams
book’s ISBN would be
SKU-000962918 - paperback
SKU-000962917 — eBook
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South Africans may order the book directly from the author at email@example.com
Beverly Carinus together with her husband Steve Pilkington-Williams write an amusing and unusual glimpse into living with and coping with Steve’s inoperable brain tumour. This book is not about the tragedy of the tumour rather it’s about the fight and survival for life and love and shared laughter.
It’s a love story about two people who lives ran in parallel lines, each seeking that someone who was missing from their lives. Yet once they had experienced the joy of finding each other; fate threw a tragic twist their way.
In 2004 Steve was moving from Dubai to start a new and exciting phase of his life in Singapore and asked Bev to join him. A few months later he fell ill and was diagnosed with an inoperable left based glomus brain-stem tumour.
This story is about their love, Steve’s tumour and his determination to live. They were starting their life together and turned what should have been an ending into an exciting new beginning. Steve and Beverly were together in a strange country and coping with issues that most couples don’t have to deal with in a lifetime. It only made their love stronger.
Together they bring to life a multitude of wonderful characters and give intimate glimpses into the lives of people around them. They both write straight from the heart.
Steve contributes frankly on what is like to live and cope with a tumour and all the surrounding issues.
Steve and Beverly continue to live in Singapore where they have established www.rebuildconfidence.webs.com to bring awareness to the plight of children in Asia.
Wow Bev, What an amazing story of love, destiny, and kismet between you and Steve. So grateful you shared. I love reading your emails, little slices of life, imaginary, intimate glimpses into people during profound life changes or daily routines. If you are not writing a book now you should at least save all the emails you write to compile later into a narrative. Your email is as remarkable as you are. You write so beautifully and from your heart. When we met I felt so comfortable with you and knew you were special. That became clearer with each passing minute and now the gift of more of “you” in the email with your background and wonderful insights and ideas - true wisdom of the mind and heart. — Dr Judy Wallis
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