I’m thrilled to welcome and ‘Pay It Forward‘ to author Karen Ingalls today. She knows all about paying it forward, as a cancer survivor she gives proceeds from her book, Outshine, to ovarian cancer research Please read about her books below and be sure to share this post.
Karen’s first book (shown above) won first place in Women’s Health and a finalist in Cancer for the National Indie Excellence Award 2013; and was a finalist in both Cancer and Self-Help categories for the Midwest Independent Publishers Award 2012. She is a IIC ovarian cancer survivor whose book, Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir, provides information about this often deadly disease, and gives inspiration to women and their families. Of those diagnosed 70% of will not survive 5 years, so proceeds from the book go to ovarian cancer research at Mayo Clinic and Florida Hospital.
About Novy’s Son:
From his early childhood, Murray Clark sought love and acceptance from his father, who was raised as the bastard child of a famous artist. Murray struggled with jealousy toward his younger brothers, and he questioned the morals and values of people around him.
As an adult, Matthew lived life his way, with years of lying, womanizing, and heavy drinking. Though married four times, did he ever find unconditional love? Would Murray’s high intelligence, his love for his two daughters, and his unique philosophy of life help him rise above his demons?
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About the author:
Karen Ingalls is the author of two novels and an award winning non-fiction book. She enjoys writing from her home office overlooking a lake in Florida.
She is a Californian by birth, a Minnesotan in her heart, and a contented Florida retiree. She loves gardening, golfing, and reading, but her real passion is writing.
Be on the look out for Ms. Ingalls second novel, The Model . It is about the love affair between her great-grandfather Augustus Saint-Gaudens and her great-grandmother Davida Johnson Clark. Very little is known about Davida except her role as a model for many of the sculptor’s famous works. Ms. Ingalls was able to use her imagination in creating the life of Davida.
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