(Guest Post} 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Kim Cano

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Kim Cano 
  1. I was in a hot air balloon crash as a child. This caused my fear of flying as an adult. Not too big a fan of falling from the sky.
  2. I sailed with my brother and Dad in a 26 foot boat from Fort Lauderdale to Bimini, Bahamas in a storm on New Year’s Eve. There were 12 foot waves and the trip ended up taking 17 hours.
  3. I played the harp for a while as a teen, a Lyon & Healy Troubador student edition. I went through a short musical phase.
  4. I used to have a health problem called fibromyalgia. Was told there was no cure and would always deal with chronic pain. Ended up being healed by a practitioner of myofascial release.
  5. I like animals more than people and donate money to the ASPCA to help homeless pets.
  6. I was a punk rocker in high school, often being sent home for looking too much like my idol at the time, Ms. Siousxie Sioux from Siouxsie & the Banshees.
  7. I meditate every day with CDs from a place called Centerpointe Institute.
  8. I’m a vegetarian and animal activist.
  9. I don’t have kids, just one awesome cat. He’s the furry love of my life.
  10. If I could see one thing happen before I die, it would be the end of animal euthanasia for unadopted cats & dogs.
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Genre – Women’s Fiction
Rating – PG
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About A Widow Redefined by Kim Cano*: On a cold Valentine’s Day in Chicago, Amy White, a young widow who lost her husband to cancer, visits the cemetery and makes an unsettling discovery: a bouquet of fresh daffodils lying in front of her husband’s grave. Curiosity grows into obsession as Amy searches for the stranger who left the flowers, while keeping her activities a secret from her live-in mother and seven-year-old son. The search leads to an unusual friendship that transforms her world and redefines her life. 

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2 comments

  1. O wow that crash sounds scary.

    Sailing? Nice.

    SO passing the fibromyalgia tip to my father in law. He suffers from it.

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  2. Glad to help anyone get rid of fibro. It was awful.

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