Thanks and an apology from Wegener's Disease

First the apology.

I haven't been blogging here anywhere near as much as I would like. In fact, this is my first blog since the end of March.

The main reason for this is that I work as a wedding photographer and we are now moving into wedding season. In the past 4 weeks I have photographed three weddings and an engagement shoot. If anyone is interested, you can take a look at my website here.  

And here is a photograph from a recent wedding.

Katy & Chris walking over the Millennium Bridge on Newcastle Quayside

Unfortunately I have been too busy to blog here and too busy to finish the edits on the print version of my book Alicia: My Battle with Wegener's Disease. I will be busy over the summer, but I hope to get back into the swing of things once the wedding season finishes around September. In the meantime I will check back in here as and when I can.

Despite my absence from posting, my Wegener's Disease Facebook page following has continued to grow as more and more people find out about it. It now has 218 likes as of writing this post. That level of support just amazes me and I am so grateful for everyone who has liked my page. I hope that the page and this website has helped some of those people in some small way.

Thank you!  

Reviews of Alicia: My Battle with Wegener's Disease

My book Alicia: My Battle with Wegener's Disease has been available for just over two months now and I have received some nice reviews on Amazon that I'd like to share with you now.

Great insight into surviving, living with and managing this disease. The engaging story of an amazing young woman’s personal struggle, survival and life with Wegener’s Disease.
— Lesley Mayne
Very informative, but above all a very moving book. On a personal level it has helped me understand my husband’s illness.
— M Mair
This is a first class read for all those who suffer or know someone who has Wegners, it show how strong Alicia is and how this could help those to be strong and determined to live life to the full, tears of sadness and tears of joy, so well written amazing and inspiring.
— C Dargon
Very honest and medically accurate as far as my own personal experience has gone.
— Becky Meyer

I want to thank everyone for the time and trouble they took to review the book on Amazon. It's a great thing to do as it makes the book more visible to other people who may find it useful to them.

Even so, I know that this is just a tiny fraction of the number of people who have read the book.

So if you have already bought the book and would like to leave an honest review on Amazon, I would really appreciate it!

Image provided under creative commons licence by woodley wonder works