The Advertiser – Boomer Magazine
‘Laishley writes it all in an easy, upbeat journal style, not pulling any punches.'
‘It takes a witty and talented writer to be amusing about breast cancer - and Claire Laishley is both witty and talented.’
'Claire Laishley is an unsung hero of our community. Her earlier book "My Mother is my Daughter" similarly helped so many families deal with Alzheimer's disease. It is a tribute to Claire's generosity of spirit that she is able to take life's troughs and turn them into inspirational, and insightful experiences for others to share.' (An online comment from Guardian Messenger web-site)
The Sunday Mail
‘the book is laced with humour, irony, despair and frustration. (the author) steps from the pages of her book. She’s a fine writer and a straight talker’
‘cathartic writing turns into book for carers’
Channel 7 - Today Tonight
Channel 9 - AM Adelaide
Channel 44 - Our Time
5AA Adelaide - Lucy Cornes
ABC Adelaide - Peter Goers
5DN Adelaide - Jeremy Cordeaux
‘Laishley's wry observations and dry wit, combined with her interesting accounts of Aussie tourist icons and people they meet, have produced a thoroughly entertaining. easily-digestible read'
Meals on Wheels publication ‘Move’
Alzheimer’s Association Magazine Newsletter