As far as I'm concerned, Lance Armstrong and I are close to exact opposites, both physically and mentally ... If surviving this particularly deadly form of breast cancer required any of the Lance-like traits, such as a willingness to physically exert myself, I was as good as dead.'
When well-meaning family and friends found out about her diagnosis, they often came armed with copies of Lance Armstrong's cancer survival book. Meredith reacted by penning a sharp, irreverent and laugh-out-loud funny memoir. More than just an account of her harrowing and, at times, hilarious treatments during her illness, Lopsided offers up entertaining memories of an offbeat life.
A fiesty and irreverent memoir about life and death, family and friends, and everything in between.
Meredith Norton was born in Berkeley, California and raised in Oakland. She has had various jobs including documentary film-maker, art restorer and game show producer. She currently lives in Sonoma County with her son Lucas.