‘Struck by Hope’ author Jeanine Patten-Coble breaks through to a national TV audience with Tamron Hall

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To kick off 2023 with a dose of inspiration, Emmy-winning journalist Tamron Hall featured Jeanine Patten-Coble on her Disney-ABC-network talk show. Then, after the show aired, the YouTube version of the story is drawing more viewers.

We have that video, below, for you to enjoy.

Why is her story so inspiring?

As Jeanine explains in the video with Tamron: The day after a diagnosis of breast cancer, Jeanine was struck with a calling that turned her world upside down. In her memoir, Struck by Hope, she weaves her tale of running away from that calling—to finding her purpose. Her vision led her to found Little Pink Houses of Hope and a way for cancer patients to find hope in weeklong family retreats.

If you are inspired by the video with Tamron, order a copy of Jeanine’s memoir. In the book, she invites us along on this journey toward becoming “ridiculously present.” She includes questions for personal reflection and group discussion.

Then, here’s the video with Tamron:


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Susan Stitt is marketing director of Front Edge Publishing. Over the years, she has guided many authors through the challenging process of launching books and developing strategies that will grow readership. She also has worked widely with nonprofits. Now, she shares her expertise twice each month on our Front Edge Publishing website.

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