Saturday, February 23, 2019

Interview with author Beckie Butcher

Find out more about Beckie Butcher and her latest book, My Battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Do you listen to music while writing? If so, what do you listen to?

Yes, I listen to soft rock.

Do you have any suggestions for upcoming writers?

Yes, write about what you know. You will come off as more credible in your writing if you do. Also, if you have a story, by all means share it. You never know who you might reach and help with your story. It may not be easy, but it is very important to do so.

What is it you like to do when you are not reading/writing?

I like to cook and create my own recipes, however, due to CFS I am not able to do it very often.

Is there an author/authors that have inspired you?

No, I am not a big reader. I just told my story. I guess you could call that my inspiration.

As a child what did you want to be when you grew up?

A lab technician, which I was.

How do you/would you react to a bad review of your book?

Although I realize it’s nothing personal and not everyone can or would like it, I would probably take it hard, only because I wrote about such a painful experience. I had to relive it, and that was not easy. I would probably feel judged and criticized by people who have never walked in my shoes.


Title: My Battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Genre: Health/Wellness
Author: Beckie Butcher
Publisher: iUniverse
Pages: 52
Language: English
Format: Ebook

“As a former CFS sufferer and current healthcare practitioner, I feel Ms. Butcher provides an informative and interesting perspective on this disease and her road to recovery.”
Kyrie Kleinfelter,D.C.,
Upper Cervical Chiropractor.
“As a fellow sufferer of CFS, I was truly able to relate to Ms. Butchers’ experiences, thoughts and feelings. Her reference to the Word of God comforted my heart. Truly inspiring and honest.”
Darla Canney,
CFS Patient.

Ms. Butcher shares her intense and emotional journey of how the autoimmune disease chronic fatigue syndrome impacted her life from her first symptoms to the progress of her treatment and physical, spiritual and emotional recovery.

By sharing with others, she hopes to inspire others to seek help so they may lead better lives as well. She wants them to know there is hope.


Ms. Butcher worked as a Lab Technician in various hospitals and laboratories. She is an avid cook when she feels up to it, and in 2005 she published a small cookbook. Ms. Butcher lives in her hometown of Elgin, Il.

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