My Books

No More Secs!

Statues of 2 Readers
The Readers

My first book, No More Secs!, offers a glimpse into the mindset of a person diagnosed with a chronic medical condition. Other people with multiple sclerosis (MS) tell me that it mirrors their own experiences. Some used my book to explain MS to their friends and family. Feedback like this: “I laughed, I cried, I connected to you in a way I’ve connected with no one else. It was so nice to know I’m not alone,” gives me an indescribable high.

Catch That Look

The follow-up book, Catch That Look, is about my experiences with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), something I’d never heard of before. When a reader who was dealing with her own TNBC told me, “I’m passing the book on to my daughter when I finish it,” I knew it was worth the effort.

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“You cannot read this book and not be inspired by her story.”

–Mike, Review of Catch That Look

“The book is written on such a personal basis instead of a detached medical angle. If you have MS or know someone with MS please read this book.”

–Reggie, Review of No More Secs!

“It is always nice to know that you are not alone. It is a family tale, a love story, and a testament to determination. Thank you to Ann for opening up and sharing such a personal story.”

–S. Brooks, Review of Catch That Look

“This book should be read by all medical professionals and patients dealing with life-changing medical conditions.”

–Tricia, RN, Review of No More Secs!

“Ann Pietrangelo has begun a series of posts about her discovery of “the lump that would change everything” and what it has meant in her life. Everyone who has a heart, and especially everyone in the medical profession, will find them riveting.”

-Steve Millburg, Radiology Today

In the Works

A collection of short stories about the fleeting moments of our lives that make us who we are.