Cammarata said this book's batch of book signings and events will be a little different without Nick by her side, but she said she's excited.
"Obviously it's different this time but I've found writing to be very healing for me," said Cammarata, who said she's planning to do some workshops on writing for healing for young adults. "Writing is an important process. It can make a difference to people and if I can make more people aware and have them enjoy what they hopefully think is a good book, I think that helps a lot."
A portion of the proceeds from her books go to Nick's Fight to be Healed and she said she gives out copies of her books to children in the hospital getting cancer treatment.
"Reading is a distraction and a way to go off into your own world and forget what you have going on," said Cammarata.
Cammarata will be talking about her book and signing books at the CPH Public Library Oct. 17, with the sword fighting demonstration at 1 p.m. and her talk at 2 p.m. Books will be available for purchase and refreshments will be served by the Friends of the CPH Public Library. More information is available at www.highlandpub.com and www.fighttobehealed.org.