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LUCKY STROKE – a new medical memoir by Glenn M. PEACH

What happens after a diagnosis of red stroke? This unique personal account of subarachnoid hemorrhage takes you through the survivor’s daily routine in a stroke unit, the follow-on rehabilitation, and the author’s unexpected insights as he searches for answers.

Kaiserslautern, Germany – October 10, 2015 – Stroke survivor and author Glenn M. Peach successfully captures the emotional aspects of stroke, covering treatment and recovery as very few victims of SAH can. In his new book, the reader can feel his pain, emotions, and experiences as he shares the lessons that helped him to heal. Lucky Stroke is a personal story dictated by fate, modern medicine, and human understanding.

Set in Germany in the summertime, this very readable account is not just for the victims and their loved ones, but also for the medical staff in stroke units and rehab centers. Accompany this stroke victim as he searches for answers and meet the professionals that guided him back to a healthy life in spite of, or together with, the external influences beyond their control.

“After you read this book, you will have a better understanding of the early phases of this major life event and you will be left with a renewed sense of compassion,” says new author Glenn M. Peach. “Maybe there really is a gene for good luck! Some people call them miracles.” he added.

You can help me spread the news by sharing information about my new book with your networks; I would like you to consider offering the book or putting it on your supplemental reading lists (also available as an e-Book). I hope you’ll consider tweeting the news or sharing the distribution link with your friends.

Lucky Stroke has ISBN-10: 1514307634 and is currently available for retail purchase online at:
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About the Author
Glenn Marshall Peach grew up in the suburbs of Boston and graduated from the United States Military Academy. A retired military officer, he is now a self-employed business owner and university lecturer. Glenn has recovered from the SAH stroke and now resides in southern Germany with his wife of 35 years, Gerda Maria.