KiCam Welcomes New Author: Michèle Swiderski

SwiderskiKiCam is proud to welcome 2017 author Michèle Swiderski to our publishing family!

Michèle, from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, will release her first book in February, sharing her 10-year journey through depression and anxiety to a place of peace and wholeness.

After three extended leaves from work, Michèle devoted herself to getting well and staying well. To do so, she took a new approach, surrendering to a Higher Spirit. As she writes, “I had nothing to lose.”

In her book, Michèle will detail the work and discipline it took to commit to caring for herself and focusing on Spirit, wherever it led her. She offers examples of how she retrained her thinking, the techniques she used for visualizing her successes, some of her daily affirmations, samples of her journal writing and personal blog, and other details that will help readers understand Michèle’s path and chart their own.

Tom Harpur, author of “The Pagan Christ,” already has endorsed Michèle’s work:

Refreshingly honest, this book offers a first-hand grappling with one of the most insidious afflictions of our time. This is not about theory, but a painful, raw struggle and how Michèle Swiderski saved her own life using a constructive, hands-on approach. By laying bare her own intimate journey, she has laid down a practical wisdom that offers genuine hope.    

We couldn’t be more excited to bring Michèle’s book to readers in the United States, Canada and around the world!

KiCam Welcomes New Author: Kristin Bartzokis

KiCam Projects is delighted to introduce one of our new 2017 authors, Kristin Bartzokis.

Kristin is a phenomenal writer whose blog, “Diary of a Beautiful Disaster,” is candid, powerful and, indeed, beautifully conceived and executed.

Born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a craniofacial abnormality, Kristin has spent her life creating her own definition of who she is and who she is meant to be. She is a runner, an explorer, a gymnast and an artist, a strong woman determined not to be held back by any supposed limitations.

Kristin’s writing is something to which we all can relate: We all have vulnerabilities, self-doubt and challenges. We all wonder how, or if, we fit in, and we sometimes feel alone in our struggles, as if no one else can understand.

Kristin’s book, coming in March 2017, will help each of us embrace our uniqueness and find the confidence to accept ourselves. 

Welcome to the KiCam family, Kristin!