Never leave well enough alone

The final chapter.

09.13.15 Posted in Blog Updates by

Steve Webster was the most exceptional human being I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. And his passing has honestly caused me more tears than anything I’ve experienced in my life. I love him and I miss him. Steve’s story changed the way I live my life.

He is my hero.

My name is Jaime. I am a ghostwriter. And I was honoured with the task of helping Steve put his amazing story together, into a book. It was a big job for me and Steve and our amazing editor, Christine. A job that was interrupted by hospital stays and set backs of all sorts. But we always kept going. Steve was not one to leave something unfinished.

After two years of interviews, coffee meetings, and back and forth edits, the book was complete. And even though I helped him put the words together, Nine Lives Plus One is all Steve.

Steve WEbster

Me (left) with Steve and Christine

I spent a great deal of time in Steve’s head. At times it was a scary place. Sometimes it was a sad place. But it was always so full of love. Love for his family and friends and his life.

I know that Steve would want us to keep going with Nine Lives Plus One, so that’s what we’re doing. His wife Sandra and I are going to add a new section to the memoir to finish telling his story. And we are going to work to put this book in front of as many people as we possibly can, because people need to read this story. Everyone needs to read this story.

All proceeds from sales of the book will be going to Young Adult Cancer, the Terry Fox Foundation, and to his son Sam’s education fund.

Please help us share this incredible memoir about the true strength of the human spirit.



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What People Are Saying
“Wow! As a nurse who does a lot of palliative care I would definitely recommend to patients and families. The book will be in my resource library.”
Laurek K
Since cancer enveloped Steve Webster’s life after resurrecting its head 4 times he has much concern about getting older.
Against all the odd he has fathered 2 children, undergone open heart surgery, spent months of his life in a medically induced coma.
Its a story of survival, strength, perseverance, hope, love and a very poignant journey
5 stars out 5 Good Reads
P Thomas
“Just like u always were and how I remember you to be…direct, to the point..edgy…poignant”
Matthew W
Steve Webster tells an honest, touching, heartfelt and sometimes funny story of hope and survival. You can’t help but be affected by his voice and his ability to persevere repeatedly through what most of us would consider impossible odds. Thank you Steve for sharing your story and your family’s story. It packs a punch!
Heidi K
“I started this book and couldn’t put it down. Steve writes just like he lives, with real honesty and bravery. He isn’t afraid to share his inner demons and what he has learned from previous mistakes. His life has been anything but boring, and he has soaked up every single experience. The result is a great read that is funny at times, heart-breaking at others, and ultimately inspirational.”
Heather N
so enjoyed this story of courage and strength…i could not put the booked down once I started it….I cried , I laughed and cheered Steve on as I read…..Steve was a teenager when he lived in our city and went to school with my daughters hence felt a bit of a connection…..would I recommend this book? If you don’t read it you have missed out on something very special…….Thanks Steve…..
Margaret Popkey
“My dad is awesome “
Sam
“Inspirational and eloquent ….. “
Chris P
“Simple Brilliant “
Carole M
“I send you a thousand thank you’s for all the F*ck Off’s you said under your breath and out loud at work, for your beautiful love story, and especially for helping me face Mom and Dads own journeys from a different perspective after meeting you!” – Elaine C
Elaine


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