BETRAYED! (Sneak Peek #3)

Tuesday, March 29, 2021 was a day that shook up my world. My brother had asked me to meet him for breakfast, something that had never happened in the almost 70 years that I had known him. I knew that he wanted to talk about our Aunty Caroline’s will, as she had died 2 weeks earlier and my brother was her Power of Attorney. I was happy to meet him as I drove to the Smitty’s Restaurant for our meeting. It turned out that I had no inkling of what he was going to tell me and even on writing this some months later, I am still in shock.

The last words that my brother spoke to me that day were, “I was worried how you would take this.”

Those were the last words that he has said to me to this day.

Those words tell me that he knew that what he had done was wrong.

If you want to find out more you can now purchase a digital copy of my book on Amazon.

Becoming: My Memoir (sneak peek #1)

I’m going to post parts of my memoir Becoming over the next few days. This is part of the last chapter that I wrote:

Nobody wants to get the phone call that I received on Aug. 28th, 2022. I had had a couple of CT scans to check on some growths that were seen in my lungs during regular imaging. On this day, the thoracic surgeon told me that he thought that there was a 95% chance that the growths were cancerous and they needed to be removed.
I was in shock and didn’t hear another word this fast-talking doctor said. The good thing was that Veena, one of my daughter-in-laws who is also a doctor, was also on the call and she got all the information. The doctor, trying to inspire confidence, told us that he was the best thoracic surgeon in Manitoba and that I was lucky to have him as he really was 2 doctors, a PHD and an MD!

There is nothing that makes one appreciate good health as much as being sick and that is certainly true for me.

You can read the rest of the book here (price reduced to $9.99):

https://www.blurb.ca/b/11452627-becoming-a-memoir

Becoming: My Memoir

I named my memoir Becoming because of all the different names that I’ve had in my life and how each name seemed to match a different persona. Read about my struggles with depression and anxiety and how I found my way through an abusive childhood and a difficult marriage to be where I am now: content with a life full of joy and contentment.

I’ve been working on this memoir for over a year and decided it was time to share it. It is available to read a digital copy for $12.99 on the Blurb website. The link below will take you there.

Becoming: a Memoir

Becoming: a Me…

By Christina Eva Kaye

https://www.blurb.ca/b/11452627-becoming-a-memoir?fbclid=IwAR2HhaGVR4prayFjI3QiFgsN1tYO3CKkJMI3M2dHjeEA4X68QEax-KeIDwo

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