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My name is Cory. I am a mom, a wife, a NaNa, and a critical care nurse that lives in Nashville, TN. I have found my calling in ER/Trauma/ICU. Each day I find myself experiencing life changing events and hope that by reading my posts, you will experience and feel some of what I do. If you read nothing else, please take time to read "The Hardest Question Ever Asked". It's my very first posting. And if for some reason you think you see your story don't. It's not about you or anyone you know. =)


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Monday, May 25, 2009

More Trauma........... coming soon!

CoryTraumaRN posted today at 9:05 PM

Dear Cory,
My name is Kate Travers and I am the Marketing and Publicity Director for Folio Literary Management.
We represent Dr. Lara Zibners, emergency room pediatrician and author of IF YOUR KID EATS THIS BOOK, EVERYTHING WILL STILL BE OKAY: How to Know if Your Child’s Injury or Illness is Really an Emergency (Grand Central Publishers; June 17, 2009). I'm writing you to see if you might be interested in reviewing IF YOUR KID EATS THIS BOOK on Diary of a Trauma Nurse. I think the book would really appeal to your constituency.
Dr. Zibners has seen it all. She's cared for a portion of the 25 million children in the US who are taken to the ER each year; up to 75% of these visits, she says, are unnecessary. Her book shows parents when it’s necessary to take action – and when they can go back to bed and call their doctor in the morning. No more frantic late-night searches through the other childcare books to find out if a child needs to go to the ER. IF YOUR KIDS EATS THIS BOOK offers sound advice on every part of the body from diaper to noggin in a funny, fresh way, and the early reviewers are clamoring to get their hands on a copy.
Here's Dr. Zibners’ website to read more about the book: The site features some of Dr. Zibners’ articles and videos with advice on baby bumps and bruises, fevers, crayon eating, fussiness, belly pain, and more.
Let me know if you would like a copy. If you would like to interview Dr. Zibners, I would be happy to arrange it.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Kate Travers
Marketing and Publicity Director, Folio Literary Management
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