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Not Now . . . I'm Having a No Hair Day

2003
Author:

Christine Clifford
Illustrations by Jack Lindstrom

Not Now . . . I'm Having a No Hair Day

You are doing great work. I am inspired by your message.

Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Christine Clifford reaches out to people with cancer from her own experience with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Convinced that laughter can bring healing, she takes a light-hearted look at the trials people face during diagnosis and treatment for cancer.

Not Now . . . I'm Having a No Hair Day

Christine Clifford is a humorist, professional speaker, CEO and president of The Cancer Club. She lives with her husband, John, and her sons, Tim and Brooks, in Edina, Minnesota.

Not Now . . . I'm Having a No Hair Day

You are doing great work. I am inspired by your message.

Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Christine Clifford’s Not Now...I’m Having a No Hair Day is a wonderful book. Humor—that’s the most important ingredient for facing the enemy—cancer. I had breast cancer in 1979—surgery, chemotherapy for a year. I’m sure it was laughter from God that saved me.

Julie Harris, star of stage, screen, and television

Not Now...I’m Having a No Hair Day handles grave subject matter with sensitivity and warmth. And, who could not smile at the wonderful illustrations by Jack Lindstrom.

Jim Davis, cartoonist and creator of Garfield

This book, an insider’s view of a tough experience, will do the trick for anybody coping with cancer.

Roz Warren, Feminist Bookstore News

The 60 cartoons—interspersed with Clifford’s own story of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation treatments and how she and her family dealt with it all—reveal the vulnerability and strength of the human soul.

Alan Fisk, The Detroit News

Not Now...I’m Having a No Hair Day: Humor & Healing for People with Cancer by Christine Clifford handles grave subject matter with sensitivity and warmth. Straightforward and honest Clifford paints a realistic picture of discovering breast cancer, undergoing surgery, and enduring months of radiation and chemotherapy treatments.

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