Whew! The past couple of weeks have been a bit crazy. How are all of you doing?

You may remember in the last Newsletter I mentioned that a bunch of thyroid patients around the world were reading and providing feedback on my book before we finalised it. Well, I received lots of great, constructive feedback and have now finishing implementing this. Meaning my book is just about done, which is good considering it comes out in just over two weeks' time. Eek!

It comes out on Friday 23rd November, as I know many of you were wanting it in time for Christmas. You can preorder the eBook now and purchase the physical book on the 23rd November, so mark your calendars if you're wanting to give it a read.

As well as my own book, I'm really excited to share with you that I'm contributing a foreword to another thyroid book. Full details will be released in due course.

I want to take this moment to wholeheartedly thank all of you that support me and my work and let me support you too. Advocating for thyroid patients truly is my passion and as we approach the end of this year, I'm feeling increasingly thankful to have been able to do everything I have this year in the name of thyroid awareness.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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