Just Between You and Me, Volume 4

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 29, 2009 - Literary Criticism - 310 pages
Many of the columns in this volume are about my ordeal with cancer surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. I have been told over and over how much sharing my experience has meant to othersnot only cancer patients themselves, but also loved ones and friendsthis insidious disease affects a wide circle. On a lighter note, I write about memories, food, my hang-ups, our trips, and dumb things I have done. Some of the columns are inspirational while others are humorous and some are informative. I hope that you will enjoy reading them, whatever the subject.

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In a collection of columns from The Easley Progress, McCollum (Nalley, A Southern Family Story, 2002) offers mostly heartwarming tales of her family and the hamlet in which she grew up.McCollum spent ... Read full review

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In addition to writing freelance, I have worked as a bookkeeper, a journalist, a librarian, a church secretary, a sales clerk and payroll clerk, and as Lifestyle Editor of The Easley Progress. Because I chose to stay home with my children, my entire full-time working career lasted only twelve years; my other jobs were part-time. However, writing has always been my passion. My hobbies are growing plants, both inside and out, cooking, trying new recipes, reading, traveling, exercising and spending time with family and friends. My husband Marion and I have three married children and eight grandchildren, ranging in age from twenty-four to one year. Being with them is my greatest joy.

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