The title comes from a saying her mom always used, and it talks about her personal journey through breast cancer and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). A recent Columbia University Medical Center study found nearly one in four breast cancer patients show signs of PTSD.
The book is 47 pages, inspirational and illustrated!
From Nelladet's website: "Travel a metaphorical journey in a little red car, along with a mother and the daughter she hopes empower through life's difficulties. As the daughter flies over bumps, maneuvers around corners, and scrambles up hills in the little red car, her mother is always there to encourage her about the importance of trying. Suddenly Mother is gone and the daughter must face a steep, jagged mountain alone. Through grief and despair, she remembers her mother's most important advice and finds a greater source of strength.
Together we can give back. Profits from this book will be donated to breast cancer research and The Dixie L. Allen Arts & Humanities Memorial Scholarship Fund. Let's travel this adventure together."
Nelladet is having a book signing at the Barnes and Noble at 1780 Woodland Park Drive in Layton on Saturday, May 11th at 5:00 p.m.
For more information, please visit Nelladet's Website.