- Thursday, September 15th, 6:30 – 8:30pm
- The Cathedral of All Souls • Asheville NC
The book serves as a guide for friends and loved ones of caretakers and patients—an audience that broadens all the time as we all get news all too often that someone we know and love has cancer or a serious illness.
The book is born of Hicks’ own experience as a caregiver for her partner during almost four years with pancreatic cancer. With poignant humor and gentle honesty, Hicks has turned her experience into a real-world guidebook for everyone who has ever wondered how to help and what to say during the universal experience of navigating disease.
Copies can be purchased at Accent on Books, 854 Merrimon Avenue, online at www.AnythingiCanDoBook.com, or at the event.
Josephine Hicks is a lawyer in Charlotte. Daughter and spouse of Episcopal priests, she is active in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. Following her partner’s death from cancer, she founded Spell the End of Cancer, a Scrabble event to raise money for cancer research.