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Jolande Wijks’Collection of Patients’ Dialysis Stories “Me? Dialysis…?NO WAY. NO not ME!”Will Be Displayed at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

Dialysis is a life-changing process, and the author, who is a dialysis nurse, shares how patients with renal failure react and deal with it.

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Catch the exhibit for Jolande Wijks’ book at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

Jolande Wijks published a follow-up book on dialysis patients titled “Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!” (ReadersMagnet; 2020). This collection of educational yet heartwarming, and sometimes heartbreaking stories will be displayed at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2020 on October 3-4, 2020 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
The Festival of Books was first held in 1996 and since then has become an essential part of Los Angeles’ cultural and educational scene. The annual, free public festival attracts approximately 150,000 visitors. The event holds author panels, book signing sessions, storytelling, musical performances, culinary classes, and more. Aside from books, new and original works of art and photography will also be on display.
A follow-up to the author’s second book “Me…Dialysis…NO way!” “Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!” aims to inspire conversation and awareness about kidney disease and dialysis. It also offers hope to patients and their loved ones that they can live a life as happy and possible despite their predicament.      
Order a copy of Jolande Wijks’ “Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!” today on the author’s website
Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!
Author | Jolande Wijks
Published date | January 13, 2020
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Paperback price | $5.95
Author Bio
Jolande Wijks (1962) was born in Suriname, a country in South America but lived for more than twenty years in Curaçao, the former Netherlands Antilles, an island in the Caribbean. She lives in Florida now and is the author of the exciting racy Dutch novel, “Verleiding tot Misleiding,” which means “Temptation to Deceive.”
She started her nursing career in 1983 and has gained a lot of experience as a registered nurse and specialized as a dialysis nurse in 2004. During her work as a dialysis nurse, she met so many dialysis patients with different medical backgrounds. Each one of their stories was unique. This led to the creation of her second book, “Me…Dialysis…NO WAY!”
Now it’s time for the third book “Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!” an extension of her second book. A book with some short but profound real-life stories about people who got the surprise of their life, when they got the news from their doctor that they need dialysis urgently to stay alive. With these stories, she hopes to bring more awareness of the importance of cherishing our overall health, help prevent kidney disease, and the need for dialysis, in case possible.

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