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Motown Writers Network – December 1, 2009

“While most books about the medical profession are written for the patients, this book gives us a real-life look at what the healthcare professionals deal with everyday.”

“Confessions of a Trauma Junkie” is the true life, often traumatic, but even more often hilarious story of Sherry Jones Mayo, who has worked as an ER nurse, paramedic and EMT. While most books about the medical profession are written for the patients, this book gives us a real-life look at what healthcare professionals deal with everyday. Far beyond another “ER” or “Mercy” TV show about medical heroics, this true story will make any nurse feel, “At last, someone who understands” in terms of the daily emotional toil and frustrations faced, as well as the rewards. Best of all, this book is a great source of stress relief–the humor in the book is priceless and makes the work of these caring professionals all the more admirable.

Mayo has written a book perfect as a stocking stuffer for the healthcare worker in your family.

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