Multi-award-winning former journalist, Stacy Shelton had to face every woman's nightmare when she was diagnosed, not once but twice with breast cancer. To make matters worse, a new presence, which she dubbed "Crazy Woman," took up residence in her brain, wreaking havoc, and forcing her to face her own mortality.
By walking herself through her own death, and conquering additional obstacles that sometimes seemed too much to overcome, she discovered an enlightened sense of purpose, and a newfound way of living, free from fear.
Me, the Crazy Woman, and Breast Cancer is a hauntingly moving memoir that will leave you knowing all of life's lessons are to be cherished. More so, it provides a roadmap to solace for anyone overwhelmed with life-altering circumstances.
Ms. Shelton was named "Oklahoma's Best Author" by the Oklahoma Gazzette, the states largest and most influential Arts and Entertainment Publication, for this book.