#EmptyShelf20: January 2020

Well, I've been watching a lot of TV, playing a few mobile games, and trying to get my head round Tik-Tok, as well as much file sorting whilst I'm in recovery from my operation, but I read: Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas by Adam Kay My rating: 5 of 5 stars Highly readable When you’ve spent a lot of time in/out of hospitals you’d think this would be the last kind of thing you’d want…

[MEDIA] Quoted in @InspireStories re New @ChristianityUK Website

Excited to see the new Christian Enquiry Agency website go live - designed to think about the questions that people want to ask about Christianity, and providing readable and findable content: Our new website is live! Bursting with thought-provoking balance articles about the Christian faith, we will keep adding to it, but please take a look now & share! https://t.co/2YPYBs10lS pic.twitter.com/xU2QnMcGUo — Christianity.org.uk (@christianityuk) January 22, 2020 I was quoted: Dr Bex Lewis, Senior Lecturer…

[CANCER] Catchup with Oncologist whilst #BusyLivingWithMets

I'm still recovering from my operation, but it was time for another appointment with the oncologist this morning. I'm kind of hoping this is what my cancer blogs will look like from now on, maybe reporting that energy has improved a lot, but otherwise no great changes - let's see! Every scan/meeting with oncologist comes with potential for change in treatment, news of progression, etc ... and that pushes your head all over the place,…

[SPEAKER] #PremDac19 – Digital Theology #TheBigC, with @RevJoanneCox

So, if you missed the session that Jo and I did at Premier Digital Conference 2019, the audio is now available via SoundCloud (you'll need to scroll to near the bottom of the page):   Slides are here: Digital Theology: The Big C #PremDac19 from Bex Lewis *Edit* In case the file gets removed, I've recorded (has that echoey feel from being recorded from laptop speakers): .

[LIFE/CANCER] Taking time in the #LakeDistrict with #RosiesBarn

It's about four weeks since my operation to remove my ovaries. Physically I am healing well, the scars are healing over well, I've not had any infections. I am still extremely exhausted/fatigued, so although the surgeon only signed me off work fro four weeks, the oncologist added another few weeks so I don't return to work til 10th February (this was expected). Mentally, I have given myself no space to stop, try and adjust to…