The Cancer Diaries

The Cancer Diaries

by Byron Leavitt

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The Cancer Diaries by Byron Leavitt

Is there Wonder in the Dark?

Sometimes we have to venture into the night to see the glimmer of dawn. Sometimes we must journey beyond ourselves to observe the hovering hand of God.

Byron Leavitt fell ill in the fall of 2013 and was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin�s Lymphoma. As he started his chemo therapy he began to write. He wrote of darkness and light, despair and hope, life and death. He chronicled his remarkable victories, and he catalogued his tragic defeats. But most of all, he wrote a story: one about falling into the abyss, and finding Someone there waiting to catch you.

This is that story. These are "The Cancer Diaries."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150431904
Publisher: Brain Waves Press
Publication date: 09/23/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 78
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Byron Leavitt lives near Tacoma, Washington in a centennial Swiss-style home surrounded by carnivorous plants and Morning Glory. He is joined by the love of his life, Sarah, their daughters Aurora and Eden, and their stoic butler, Egad. Occasionally people have commented negatively about the dragons, the gargoyle baby, the basement, or even, once in awhile, about Egad himself. Such comments always make Byron smile.

Byron is the author of the novel �Alayaka� (a work in progress that he hopes you will get to read soon) as well as many shorter works of fiction. He is also the writer behind �Life Springs�, a place of wonder, darkness and hope. You can learn more about his work on his website,

When he is not writing in the third person, Byron will often address you as himself. Hi.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don’t miss out on the fun, the tears, the hope and the joy that you will feel while reading Mr. Leavitt’s book.  Well done!