Author: Cynthia Lee De Boer
Title: Me, Myself & Eye
Subtitle: The Realities of Living With a Prosthetic Eye
Book Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Note to the Designers- Use your creative abilities to design something tasteful that is a very tough thing to deal with- losing an eye (or the loss of any body part). The book deals with the loss as well as how to cope and how to move on. The author wants to share her story in hopes that it helps others dealing with the same issue.
This intimate look into a seemingly surreal series of events is thought
provoking, honest and at times heart wrenching. The journey from
shock and loss through discovery and acceptance to end in a place of
comfort and confidence thereby enabling this woman to smile once
again when she looks at her reflection in the mirror. This passionate
real life account is a must read for any one suffering a body part loss.
Me, Myself & Eye is the blending and acceptance of:
ME, the physical body ---
MYSELF, the emotional mind and ---
EYE, the prosthesis
into a complete and healthy being.
Find out what’s it’s like to fight for years only to lose. Learn the true
realities of living with a prosthetic eye. Discover camouflaging
techniques and how the movements of a pet can help. Understand the
trickery of the mind. Learn how a few celebrities used this loss to their
advantage and how you too can inspire others. Remember a handicap is
defined as an added advantage or disadvantage --- it’s all up to you!
Author Bio (Author Picture attached):
Cynthia De Boer’s career highlights include attaining a C-3
Construction License and Real Estate License, successfully
managing a home inspection/appraisal company and two
health clubs as well as owning and operating an
organizational consulting business and a home décor
business. Now she works as a freelance writer, enjoys the
outdoors and loves being a wife, mother and grandmother.