Jackie Buxton

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A wonderfully enthusiastic and animated audience welcomed me to Newark Library in December. As well as Glass Houses and Tea & Chemo, we covered everything from guilt and responsibility, to fate, near death experiences and the joy in life-affirming moments. Afterwards, my Mum and I had coffee and mincepies. It was one of those days to treasure.

Excited that Glass Houses is now avilable as an Audible title and is narrated in the soft, silky tones of Lisa Coleman. Listen to a sample

I was honoured to be asked to record some clips for Live Better With Cancer and the first, talking of my inital fears and advice for the mastectomy operation, is available to view here:

Tea & Chemo is still selling well, bobs around in the top ten of Oncology reads and has a heart-warming five stars over on Amazon from over 80 reviews. GP practices are recommending the book to patients and Harrogate Hospital (oncology) have bought a copy for each treatment booth as they feel it is a great resource for friends and family, as well as those being treated for cancer.


Newark Library Talk ...

Glass Houses (Audible) ...

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Tea & Chemo videos ...

Tea & Chemo (latest) ...

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