Lupus book for young adults "Fabulupus" now available at!


I'm excited to announce that the newest lupus book on the market, Fabulupus: How to be Young, Successful, and Fabulous (with Lupus), can now be found on my website!

Thanks to the authors for allowing me to make copies of their book available to you. You can read more about the book in my previous post here, or you can check it out on my website here. 

You can also peruse the Fabulupus website if you'd like to learn more.

In honor of the unveiling of this new book on the site, I'd like to extend a 10% discount toward any purchase of a copy of Fabulupus, when purchased with another item from

Simply add a copy of Fabulupus to your cart here, add any other item from the website here, and be sure to enter the discount code "FABULOUS" during checkout. You'll save 10%, and your goodies will be to you within days. You'll even be able to crack open your brand new copy of Fabulupus by the weekend.

What a great way to usher in the Spring season...which is almost upon us!

As always, thanks so much for your business and happy shopping!


Lainey Ann said…
I recently have been diagnosed (like today) I am so lost. I don't know what to do. Obviously pieces of the puzzle of symptoms I never knew why I had are now making sense. If you could please email me tips or anything it would help!!
Sara Gorman said…
Lainey - The first few months can be the most challenging! I'm sure you want to read everything you can about lupus, but working with your doctor closely, and sifting cautiously through resources online to find positive, uplifting tips will be your best bet. Finding a support group through a local lupus organization will be helpful too. Surrounding yourself with support - by those with lupus and those close to u who want to help - is also so important. Please feel free to comb through my blog posts...and even the comments. You'll find many of us have made it through that learning period, and have so much to share about it!! Take care!
Sara Gorman said…
And come back often. I'm always willing to talk lupus!
Lainey Ann said…
Thank you so much!!! I've been reading non stop and it's helping me seeing a personal side of it!
Sara Gorman said…
I'm so glad. Hang in there!!

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