They Can’t Eat You for Supper

“…dysfunctional family dynamics at their finest.”-Reader review

Kristin Murphy is a nurse who doesn’t like change, but a lavish lifestyle and controlling marriage left her broken.

After she traded the pressures of perfection for her sanity, she’s whole again. Her southern farmhouse can’t compare to the mansion she left, but her young family has peace. Until she’s blindsided.

The fog lifts, and she’s separated from two daughters she swore to protect. An ill child relies on Kristin’s medical skills while luxurious promises lure her teen out of reach. Fighting to remain relevant to them wasn’t something she prepared for, but she’s here now.

It’s a familiar psychological hell. Only this time, the stakes are higher.

Kristin’s greatest struggle remains: Can she return to being the mother she always wanted, or will she give in to a twisted family past she vowed to bury?


Meet Roxanne Remy

Roxanne is a nursing graduate from the University of Virginia who spent most of her career caring for critically ill patients. Her passion for writing started early in life thanks to her mother’s encouragement.

Today, she lives in the Southeastern US with her husband. They enjoy spending time with their three daughters and three dogs.

There Are Actions You Can Take Now to Help Yourself Fight-off Covid-19

Are you scared to die? Me too. That’s why I put this book together. 

This book is a compilation of research from published scientific journals about actions you can take now that might help ameliorate coronavirus symptoms when you get it. It isn’t a magic bullet, but it is something practical that you can discuss with your doctor now. 

??? Why take a chance on your own life when there are scientific advances out there available to you? 

In fact, chances are you have already taken the advice in this book. Unfortunately the protection your body has already built up disappeared after a number of years. That’s why you need to know what actions you can take to take to build up specific immune responses in your body. 

??? This book isn’t about homeopathy. It’s about common medical procedures that may help against Covid-19. 

This book also contains a list of more common, non-medical actions you can take. I just want to make sure you know some of the common best practices out there. 

??? Understand the Nature of the COVID-19 Virus 

The spread of Coronavirus or COVID-19 proves to be a menace that has brought many nations to their knees. However, all countries are doing their best to flatten the curve. The virus spread statistics are dire, and there is a need for a Call To Action. It might be the task of the world scientists to find a cure and vaccination against it, but it is down to all of us to ensure that we do not promote the spread of the virus further. From a social perspective, understanding the nature of the virus will help tame it’s spread. It will help individuals understand the spread patterns and how best to avoid contact with them.

From a medical perspective, understanding the virus first entails grouping it under a disease category. This disease category will help assess the strength of the COVID-19 virus compared to other viruses in this category. The next step will be to look at the treatments and vaccines that worked on similar viruses and how they could impact the COVID-19 virus.

This five-chapter book will provide you with an understanding of the nature of the COVID-19 virus and also expose the medical and social pathways towards containing its spread and finally putting the issue to rest.

Remember, you aren’t completely helpless against Covid-19. Scroll up and grab a copy today.

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Fallible: a memoir of a young physician’s struggle with mental illness

“This is an eye-opening memoir about mental illness and the medical profession delivered in a well-written, interesting, and engaging style.” –Sublime Book Review

“Kyle Bradford Jones’s memoir Fallible travels the many rugged mine fields of being a young physician struggling with mental illness with a winning strength and grace.” –IndieReader

Nearly 1 in every 5 Americans deal with mental illness in a given year, and the rates are climbing. Among physicians, the rate is even higher as the time spent in medical training significantly increases the risk of poor mental health. None of us are fully immune from the ravages of mental health problems. This book is about the fallibility of us all, including the doctors who are supposed to care for us. It is about the fine line of illness and normal emotion, and about how to change the norms of medical practice in light of human weakness. It’s for individuals who suffer from mental illness. It’s for their loved ones. It’s for anyone who interacts with someone with a mental illness. In short, it’s for all of us.

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