Monday Memo – More Great Endorsements for “The Best Medicine”

I’ve told you in past letters about my next book, coming this October, about my early practice days in Kissimmee, Florida. It’s called “The Best Medicine: Tales of Humor and Hope from a Small-Town Doctor.” I’ve received more nice endorsements, and I’m so happy to share these with you:

Dr. Walt Larimore has written a delightful look at the life of a small-town doctor chock-full of interesting characters and medical tales. This is the kind of book you want to sip like sweet tea but wind up drinking in a satisfying gulp. You will enjoy the journey!

Chris Fabry 
Moody Radio host and author of A Piece of the Moon

I was raised a small-town girl—one who moved from the low country of coastal Georgia to the ‘big city’ in Central Florida. The Best Medicine resonated with every fiber of my being. I have always enjoyed small-town, front-porch tales, and Dr. Walt Larimore’s book fits the bill perfectly. I guarantee that when you read this collection of stories that reflect on his family’s move from Bryson City, NC, to Kissimmee, FL, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll yearn for a simpler time—and you will desire to know the daily God, the God of our days, more intimately.

Eva Marie Everson
CBA #1 bestselling author and president of Word Weavers International

If you’d like to read a free early release of the book, and would be willing to post a review on four websites (Amazon, B&N, CBD, and Goodreads – it’s super easy and I’ll show you how), drop me an email at and I’ll send along the details. 

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