F*ck Cancer: A totally inappropriate self-affirming adult coloring book (Totally Inappropriate Series) (Volume 4) | Paperback
by Jen Meyers (Author)
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Clr Csmth Edition
June 20, 2017
Product Description *A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to support research dedicated to finding a cure for cancer. Because fuck cancer.This book is for you.If you are fighting cancer, this is for you. If your brother, sister, mom, dad, son, daughter, relative, or friend is fighting cancer, this is for you. If you've lost someone to cancer like I have, this is for you. If cancer affects your life in any way, this is for you.The stress of cancer can feel crushing. But perhaps this book can help you get away from it all, if only for a little while, coloring your stress away and infusing your mind and body with some much-needed positivity. Every little bit helps. With 35 gorgeous and inspiring, single-sided, frameable designs inside ranging from simple to intricate, most include uplifting messages...from the socially acceptable "You've got the heart of a fighter" to the cheekily profane "You are stronger than this shit."So find a comfortable place to artistically unwind, raise your spirits, and boost your inner resolve to fight harder and keep going. For yourself and for those you love.You can. You've got this. I believe in you.
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