Today's the day, friends! After two years of work in earnest and five years of work total, Positively Negative is live on Amazon. Already, it's racking up some great reviews:
I am so delighted that the message is getting out there, especially in light of the devastating news that up to 100 HIV researchers may have been killed in the Malaysia Airlines flight disaster over Russia yesterday. We have not seen the last of this, and the ripples will go on for years. As I told a reporter I spoke to today, who know what those researchers could have achieved? Might one of them been the one (or team) to cure HIV? The thought makes me shaky.
As Shannon Weber from BAPAC (and the doyenne of LoveYou2.org) notes in the above image (taken from Melbourne, where she is attending the International AIDS Conference), we will carry on.
For me and for HIV-affected couples, that means that we'll be getting together on Twitter at 4:30 pm Eastern tomorrow for another #HIVLoveWins twitter chat and virtual book launch. I'm delighted to bring my book launch to Twitter. Poppy, one of the women I followed in the book, will be on hand to talk about her experience. If you're interested, log on to Twitter at 4:30 p.m. Eastern and search for #HIVLoveWins. Please join us. Ask questions, talk to Poppy and let's start the healing from this terrible tragedy.