A free ebook about my PEG experiences



Hi Everyone!

As a ‘getting to know the author’ promotion, 

I am offering “Living On A PEG” for FREE

Here’s the Link: (SMASHWORDS ebook) .

See synopsis below.     
 BTW: I’d appreciate a REVIEW when you finish!

“I want to tell my story in a way that celebrates life.” That’s how Jack Teeter describes his latest work. The author is a long-term throat cancer survivor. Every day of life is a blessing, but there have been stumbling blocks along the way.
Recently residual radiation nerve damage caused all foods and liquids to aspirate directly into his lungs. “I now take all of my nourishment through a PEG tube in my stomach,” he said, “man, I miss tacos!”
But rather than give up, the author decided to write a book.
“We’re very proud of this work,” Jack’s wife, Karen, said, “and we hope it’s an inspiration to cancer survivors everywhere.”


Sometimes I get depressed

Yesterday I experienced a deep, dark period of depression.


So… I turned out the lights, pulled up some classical music on iTunes, and lay down to rest.

I wasn’t thinking about my PEG tube experience, per se. I wasn’t feeling ill — in fact I’ve felt so much better since I’ve been on Home Enteral Nutrition. The weather hasn’t been great, but I’ve still been out walking every day or at least on my old stand-by treadmill. I’ve not had any bad news. And best of all, I’m loved.

karendon & KathyJake & Family



Jack drying buddy

Never mind… I feel better!