Joe Jack: A Cancer Caregiver’s Journey of Discovery and Adventure in Alaska

Joe Jack: A Cancer Caregiver’s Journey of Discovery and Adventure in Alaska

By Admin at 24 Oct 2017, 12:24 PM

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When author Fredric Brewer got a call from his mother about caring for his
dying uncle, Joe Jack, he didn’t know that his life would change forever.

As documented in his true novel, Joe Jack, Brewer flew all the way from
Chicago to a remote city in Alaska to help his uncle diagnosed with cancer.

Brewer’s book offers an in-depth journey to understanding how cancer
not only impacts the ones you love, but how caring for someone with
the disease can transform your life in ways never imagined.

Before caring for his uncle, Brewer described Joe Jack as a bit of a mystery to him. While he jumped at the chance to help a family member in need, Brewer knew very little of his uncle and the disease he was battling.

In tribute to his uncle, Brewer is dedicating his talents to cancer advocacy. A portion of the sales of Joe Jack will be generously donated to Gateway’s mission – helping to fund meaningful and breakthrough clinical trials worldwide that help people living with cancer to feel better, live longer and conquer cancer TODAY!

Joe Jack is available on Amazon Smile, where you can choose Gateway for Cancer Research as a benefactor. Your purchase through Amazon Smile means more of your purchase will be donated to cancer research.

Click on the image below to hear author Fredric Brewer discuss Joe Jack on the Daily Author podcast.

Hear More about Joe Jack from Author Fredric Brewer

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