Launch of Parkinson’s Book Includes Website
The launch is underway for the new health title, Understanding Parkinson’s Disease—A Self-Help Guide, by David Cram, M.D. The author is a retired physician who is also a Parkinson’s patient.
Those interested in Parkinson’s disease are also invited to visit the author’s new website, constructed by Agenet.com, a resource site for seniors. The PD site features a regular column by Dr. Cram as well as the opportunity for visitors to communicate with him by email. The site was constructed by Agenet.com web master David Williams.
Early reviews are strong Dr. Cram’s book. Here’s a sampling from top review periodicals:
“….Sympathetic guide to coping with a progressive, disabling brain disorder. Kind, practical, and thorough…”
“[Dr. Cram] empathetically describes the aspects of PD…Quotes from Parkinson’s patients enhance the informative, authoritative text…”
“David Cram shares his experience and….outlines sources for help and support.”
Dr. Cram discusses many pertinent drugs…offers much practical advice…and urges people to ask for help without shyness or embarrassment.
Dr. Cram is also author of The Healing Touch—Keep the Doctor-Patient Relationship Alive Under Managed Care (Addicus Books, 1997).
More Praise for On the Back Roads—Discovering Small Towns of America
On the Back Roads—Discovering Small Towns of America, by Bill Graves, has gone into a second printing as a result of brisk spring sales. And, positive reviews are still coming in. Among them: Universal Press Syndicate which calls the travel essay, “…an entertaining and sometimes touching narrative of people and places.” America Online’s Family Travel reviewer said, “I picked it up, began to read, and hated to stop for food or drink.”
Addicus Books Signs True Crime Author
One of the next true crime titles from Addicus Books will be Unholy Covenant, A True Story of Murder in North Carolina by Lynn Chandler Willis of North Carolina. Ms. Chandler Willis promises to deliver a compelling, insider’s account of murder and intrigue. Not only did she grow up the North Carolina community where the shocking crime occurred, she says, “I went through school with the two boys who, as men, were ultimately convicted of murder.” The book is scheduled for late Spring 2000.