June 26, 2022

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things. (Philippians 4:8 NIV)


GOD’S PERFECT TIMING

AND IT CAME TO PASS — For Norfolk, Virginia author Shywanna Nock, her highly-anticipated of her first book, Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer, has been as good as advertised for the Norfolk, Virginia-based writer.

According to scripture, the No. 8 — particularly from a Biblical perspective — signifies a new beginning, a number of hope, not to mention new horizons and bright future.

For Shywanna Nock, it’s safe to assume she appropriately fits the description of one who’s closely connected with these notable Biblical analogies.

Amongst the reasons is that it took Nock eight years to witness her much-anticipated authorship come to fruition.

And what a memorable beginning it is.


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A MASSIVE MUST READ — A spiritually-empowering written work that is accompanied by 64 pages in length, Nock’s Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer could be appropriately dubbed a constant page-turner — from start to finish.

“God gave me this vision back in 2012, but I didn’t complete it until 2020 during the pandemic,” Nock, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling her eight-year journey that preceded her memorable debut as a published author. “I made up my mind that this was the best time to complete it. I had to stop making excuses and just do it.”

For Nock, her highly-anticipated first book, Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer, has been as good as advertised for the Norfolk, Virginia-based writer.


AND ANOTHER ONE 

TAKE 2 — Besides Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer, Nock’s sophomore authorship project came full circle this month when she and 89 other co-authors collectively assembled Joy Comes In The Morning, Dr. Blackwell’s highly-anticipated anthology, which has emerged as an Amazon international bestseller.

A spiritually-empowering written work that is accompanied by 64 pages in length, Nock’s Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer could be appropriately dubbed a constant page-turner.

From start to finish.

“CANCER: It has taken the lives of millions across the world and silenced several others,” said a spokesperson for Nock’s book in a detailed synopsis at Amazon.com. “It has stolen the joy and memories from families who believed they would continue on. But not Shywanna Nock. As a survivor and fighter, she has proven that God can do anything but fail. Her story of strength aids to give hope to those who thought life ended at the delivery of cancer news. Explore her story of survival, passion, and the desire to live.”


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Besides Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer, Nock’s sophomore authorship project came full circle this month when she and 89 other co-authors collectively assembled Joy Comes In The Morning, Dr. Vernessa Blackwell’s highly-anticipated anthology, which has emerged as an Amazon international bestseller.

As for Nock’s featured book, she’d be the first to admit that eight years to complete it was well worth the wait.


“The divine message that I am sending is that my faith and spirituality help me survive a storm that was meant to take me out,” Nock said. “My desire is to inspire with the words of my testimony. I published this book to inspire others not to give up even though the obstacles look rough.”


For her valiant efforts with the production of Besides Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind, Nock has become the beneficiary of an assortment of rave reviews.

And rightfully so.

“(People have told me) the book is ‘Uplifting, inspiring, and you’re the example of you don’t look like what you’ve been through,’” Nock told MHN.


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FOR STARTERS — For Nock, her highly-anticipated first book, Cancer Had My Body, But It Didn’t Have My Mind: A True Story Of A Young Mother Battling Cancer, has been as good as advertised for the Norfolk, Virginia-based writer.

Now with two books under her belt, Nock announced that other book projects are on the horizon.

“I am currently writing other books,” Nocks said. “I am working on my personal journey with Lupus. I know there are a lot of people that are affected by this disease as well, so I want to share my journey to inspire.”

In the meantime, Nock is destined to help enrich and impact lives through her featured book that had previously been eight years in the making.


EIGHT IS ENOUGH

PURPOSE PUSHER — It took Nock eight years to witness her much-anticipated authorship come to fruition.

“My book is a true story of a young mother battling cancer and her whole world is turned upside down,” Nock said. “She puts her trust and faith in God to carry her through. God is real and, because of Him, I am standing here to tell the story.”

All the while cherishing her new beginning.

And what a memorable one it is.


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For more information about Norfolk, Virginia Author Shywanna Nock, to inquire about her books, a public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with her via social media at Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Also, send email to: msnaynay76@gmail.com.


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