Signed Copy of “New Again”



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“Inoperable brain cancer” was her diagnosis. Essentially, a death sentence for this thirty-two-year-old wife and mom of two little boys. Everything she had known to be true was yanked from her, thrown up in the air, and scattered in all the wrong places. In the mess, she chose to rebuild—reorganize, even—and when it was over she emerged better than before.

Andy will draw you into her story as if you were there the whole time, walking through the storm and the bliss, the broken and the new.

But this isn’t just Andy’s story. It’s all of ours. We’ve all had to pick up the pieces. Maybe you’re still picking them up. Andy shows us how to find life-changing perspective in even the darkest places—a perspective that has the power to heal even your deepest wounds. 

“This book made me laugh and cry with moments in between both. Andy does an amazing job of bringing you into her story and feeling her feels. This book gave me the perspective that no matter our own story, we each are continually provided the chance to recreate ourselves, start over, and become better than we were.” —Amanda Walker, Healthstyle Coach

“Andy pours her heart out to her readers in this book. She opens the door and gives you a raw, honest view of what it was like to be given a death sentence and how she came out the opposite side a changed person, a new person. You can’t help but fall in love with her along the way as she offers you the greatest perspectives on facing fear and learning to live again.” —Julia Rice, Registered Nurse

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2 reviews for Signed Copy of “New Again”

  1. Jaclyn Garcia

    I enjoyed this book for many reasons. I laughed, I cried, and ten maybe laughed a little more. I think this is a great read for those who might be struggling after a difficult diagnosis, but can also help people just going through a tough time. “Healing through perspective” is a very appropriate title for this book as it walks you through the author starting in a dark place and then working her way out of it through changing her perspective. The struggle did not go away, but she found a way to come to terms with a new aspect of her life. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs an uplifting story.

  2. Cidney Wooten

    Andy’s story is a reminder that trials in life are inevitable; however, to have strength, courage, and determination is a choice. This book is powerful and I hope to keep this perspective fresh in my mind consistently. I am so thankful she was able to put her words on paper as reading New Again was a true gift; it is raw, honest, and beautifully told.

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