My journal entries became my blog; my blog became reams of notes; ultimately (because I can't let good enough alone), I compiled my notes into my first book: My Life As a WWaBT. (Pronounced "wabbit," it stands for "Woman With a Brain Tumor.") Kathleen Daughan says, "It's an engaging telling of a life changing event. Beautifully written with a sense of humor and purpose. Judy paints, with words, exactly how a couple gets through some terrifying times."
And from Donna Tabbert Long: "A truthful and gifted writer, Judy shares her world shattering journey as a woman with a brain tumor in a way that made me laugh, cry, cringe and smile. It's a memorable