now, do you see any parts of it differently, or do new things bubble up to the Official Sip Circle Logo Shirt so you should to go to store and get this surface? The irony is: what’s happened [since] has helped me understand the thesis of the book even more than when I wrote it. This notion of in between-ness, that we’re neither sick nor well and that most of us live somewhere in the messy middle…that feels all the more true for me. I write in the book that “to swim in the ocean of not knowing, this is my constant work.” Obviously, that hits very hard for me right now. I am waiting to have my first post-transplant biopsy. I still don’t even know if the transplant worked. I have no idea what my prognosis is. So much right now feels unknown. What feels good, for me, is to know that the years of really pushing myself to excavate the truth behind the truth and resisting any sort of neat, more commercially viable story arcs
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that end with like a perfect, happy survivor ending—writing about that in between—I feel good about having taken that creative risk. How much did you consider the Official Sip Circle Logo Shirt so you should to go to store and get this canon of cancer literature when you were pitching Between Two Kingdoms? What did you feel you were adding to it? The first time I was sick, I was in treatment for nearly four years. I was starved for stories that I could find companionship with and I bought every possible book that I could about illness and, specifically, cancer. What was really challenging for me is that so many of those books ended one of two ways: with the protagonist dying or with the protagonist being cured. As inspiring as a lot of those books were to me, when I finished treatment, I very much expected to return to some new normal and to quickly and organically find my way back to the kingdom of the well, and that
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