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Adding to my list of publishing accomplishments I am so pleased and excited to have three short stories accepted by Kaplan Publishing, New York.
Kaplan Publishing is the #1 educational resource for nurses. They have accepted three story submissions of my nursing stories in a recently released series of anthologies—Kaplan Voices: Nurses.
Nurses share the stories behind relationships, experiences, and issues from their heart.
Entertaining and educational, inspirational and practical each Kaplan Voices: Nurses anthology features true stories written by nurses about the experiences and relationships that inspire and enrich their lives and all those who come into contact with them.
The first book in the series is Kaplan Voices: Nurses Meditations on Hope: Nurses Stories about Motivation and Inspiration Editors: Paula M. Sergi, BSN, MFA and Geraldine Gorman, RN, PhD---My story is featured on pages 71-80 entitled “Flying By The Seat of My Scrub Pants” ---What a joy for me to see this experience featured in the book.
The second book in the series is Kaplan Voices: Reflections on Doctors—Nurse’s Stories about Physicians and Surgeons. Terry Ratner, RN, MFA Editor. My story is featured on page 59-66 entitled “The Best Doctor This Side of Heaven”—the publication of this story is a joy for the Doctor I wrote about and me too. An excerpt from the introduction to the book-“Here are intimate nursing notes, not found in textbooks or patient charts. Nurses reveal their experiences with honesty, compassion, and a genuine concern for their profession.”
In this fascinating anthology, representing a spectrum of voices and experiences, nurses speak openly and movingly about the unique roles of physicians and nurses, the wonderful collaborations that have transformed health centers and communities, and the learning experiences that nurses and physicians offer one another.
Reflecting upon their partnerships with physicians a host of nurses and other remarkable nurse-writers plumb the depths of power differences, gender dynamics, and the history of the nurse-physician relationship. They reveal what it takes to build a strong healthcare team.
Engaging and revealing, Reflections on Doctors, provides new insights into this important relationship.
The third book in the series is set for release in January. The title of the latest book in the series is Final Moments: Nurse’s Stories about Death and Dying. My story has been selected and accepted for final publication. Entitled “It’s Heaven I See”, the story is one close and dear to my heart.
I am so excited to be part of this series of books and I look forward to contributing to future Kaplan projects.
In each book my bio is included featuring my book—The Nightingale Protocol. I really think Florence would be proud!!!