Phoenix, AZ, May 02, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Midwest Book Review has given Kelly K. Damron’s book "Tiny Toes" a five-star rating on Amazon.com.
The reviewer states: “Kelly has written ‘Tiny Toes’ for the benefit of thousands of others who every year must deal with what she’s had to cope with - infertility and premature births, and sometimes a combination of the two.” The reviewer notes that the book is “strongly recommended reading, especially for the one in eight couples encountering infertility and the 12.5% of women whose babies are born prematurely.”
Damron wrote Tiny Toes to educate readers on the medical aspects of infertility and prematurity. She also wanted to share her story of struggle to give readers the hope that they, too, can survive these challenges and create a joyful life for themselves. “The book is really about relationships and how a personal struggle can impact a person’s emotional well-being along with their friendships and family relations,” says Damron.
The author, Damron, is an active volunteer for the Arizona chapter of the March of Dimes as the 2008 co-chair of the Family Teams Committee. She is also the treasurer and advocacy chair for the Arizona affiliate of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Damron has authored articles on both infertility and premature births and is an educational speaker on these topics.
The Midwest Book Review, established in 1976, publishes monthly newsletters for community and academic library systems in California, Wisconsin and the upper Midwest, including The Bookwatch, Children’s Bookwatch, Reviewer’s Bookwatch, and Wisconsin Bookwatch.
Tiny Toes, ISBN #9780979374302, is published by Twin Peas, LLC and can be purchased at www.TinyToesBook.com, www.BN.com, www.Amazon.com and most bookstores via special order. The 286-page paperback book retails for $14.95. For more information or to schedule an interview with Kelly Damron, please contact Twin Peas, LLC at (480) 705-0803 or e-mail email@example.com. Read more about Damron’s advocacy on behalf of infertility/prematurity awareness at her blog, www.tinytoes.com/wordpress