An excerpt from The Trapeze Diaries has been published in the anthology Voices of Multiple Sclerosis published by La Chance. Here's a review of the book from Library Journal:

Voices of Multiple Sclerosis: The Healing Companion; Stories for Courage, Comfort and Strength. LaChance, dist. by IPG. Dec. 2009. c.275p. ed. by Richard Day Gore. ISBN 978-1-934184-08-0. pap. $16.95. HEALTH

This collection of essays from the Healing Project (Voices of Autism; Voices of Caregiving) contains inspiring true stories by those affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). Beginning with a medical overview, the book features short essays from patients and patients’ loved ones. A wife writes about her husband’s diagnosis of MS two months after the birth of their daughter, describing how their love helps get them through the bad days. A patient who lost most of her vision to MS explains how the disease has inspired her to become content with her life. The book concludes with a helpful list of MS organizations and resources. VERDICT Those diagnosed with MS or who have a loved one with MS will find support in this collection of stories, which provides a nice supplement to medical information about the disease as patients can read about others dealing with how MS has impacted their lives.—Dana Ladd, Community Health Education Ctr., Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Libs. & Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Health Syst., Richmond

**This just in from publisher Victor Stasia, 12/17/09, "I think you will all be pleased to know that our first printing of Voices Of MS has sold out. I think this is the fastest this has happened for any of the books, due in no small part to your efforts." AND "The National Multiple Sclerosis Society have told us they are making an announcement about the book in its national newsletter."**