[San Francisco, CA/USA] Divine Arts Media announces the June 2011 release of BACK TO LIFE: A Journey of Transformation through Back Surgery by Pamela Douglas.
Pamela, an Emmy-nominated screenwriter, faced the challenge of her life in 2005. Years after
she was diagnosed with scoliosis and after decades she spent working, exercising, gardening, having a baby and raising a family doctors told her she would need to undergo major, life-threatening spine surgery.
Back to Life: A Journey of Transformation
through Back Surgery delivers a patient's point of view on the psychological, emotional, and spiritual stages of preparation, hospitalization, and recovery from life-threatening spine surgery. Though the book will be helpful to anyone having a serious surgery, it's not limited to self-help or advice. It's an honest tale of how a medical challenge sparks a transformation.
About the Author: Pamela Douglas is an award-winning screenwriter with numerous credits in television drama, and also a fine artist. Her book, BACK TO LIFE: A Journey of Transformation through Back Surgery, explores the psychological, emotional, and spiritual stages of preparation, hospitalization, and recovery from spine surgery. Pamela has been honored with the Humanitas Prize for Between Mother and Daughter (CBS), an original drama that also won a nomination for the Writers Guild Award. Multiple Emmy nominations and awards, as well as awards from American Women in Radio and Television, have gone to other dramas she has written. Pamela has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America (West) and is a tenured professor in the screenwriting division of the School of Cinematic Arts of the University of Southern California. She is also the author of Writing the TV Drama Series (Michael Wiese Productions 2007). Learn more at www.divineartsmedia.com.
BACK TO LIFE, the third in a series of new books by Divine Arts Media, is available now for purchase at http://shop.mwp.com/products/back-to-life-a-journey-of-transformation-through-back-surgery. Divine Arts Media grew out of Michael Wiese Productions, founded by filmmaker Michael Wiese in 1976 in San Francisco primarily to produce films. In 1981, MWP published its first book, The Independent Film and Videomaker's Guide by Michael Wiese, selling over 50,000 copies. Over 30 years, MWP has become America's leading