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  1. Got your tweet so here goes! Here are the short answers to your questions: My name is Sue Axelrod. My story isn’t really mine…the story belongs to my “forever 6” year old nephew, Isaiah Alonso. Isaiah was a victim of childhood cancer. T-cell lymphoma took him before anyone knew he had it and it literally choked the life from him. I’m not really sure this situation has made me a better person overall, but I do appreciate the little things a whole lot more. I truly hope no one will ever be in this situation and what happened with my sweet nephew is quite rare, so I don’t know that I will have the right words. We hope to find a cure for childhood cancer before anyone ever has to hear the words, “your child has cancer.” I have many pictures and I will be happy to write a short bio. Our website is http://www.isaiahalonsofoundation.org. Sooo thanks for asking and I would love to put something together that will help raise awareness for childhood cancer. Just wish I didn’t have to be slapped in the face with it to find out how important this is…. Thanks for listening!

  2. Hi there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this website with us so I came to look it over. I’m definitely enjoying the information. I’m book-marking and will be tweeting this to my followers! Outstanding blog and wonderful design and style.

  3. Awsome post and to the purpose. I not really understand if this is really the most effective place to ask however do you guys have any thoughts on where to use several pro writers? Thank you!

  4. Hi Jason, I visited your website to get the link to post your Author Roundtable interview with Rebekah Lyn. We are buiding a website and wanted to include your interview. I just read your post about your grandfather and I am so sorry. Interestingly enough, I had chosen this except to post. “Are the books based on personal experiences?

    They aren’t based on any specific events in my life, but I do draw on my experiences. After my grandmother died I often wrote to deal with my grief and when I was writing “Summer Storms” I drew on that grief to understand what my characters were going through.”

    Sometimes friends don’t understand how vital and deep the relationship between a grandparent and grandchild can be. Like Rebekah, you were blessed. Holding you in my thoughts and prayers.

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