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

On October 6, 2020, the first of at least two books about my practice days in Kissimmee (1985-2001), “The Best Medicine: Tales of Humor and Hope from a Small-Town Doctor,” will be released by Baker/Revell. Some nice endorsements are coming in. I thought you might enjoy seeing a few:

Pre-order “Best Medicine” here

With grace and humor, Dr. Walt Larimore delights the reader with an honest and heartwarming journey of discovery. From his early days as a young doctor, this memoir takes a poignant look at what it means to be a Christian physician, friend, husband, and father. “The Best Medicine” is an enjoyable view of life through Dr. Walt’s compassionate eyes. I’m looking forward to the second installment!

Jan Drexler, Bestselling author of Hannah’s Choice (Journey to the Pleasant Prairie series)

After reading “The Best Medicine,” I could settle for calling author Walt Larimore an engaging storyteller. But he’s more than that. Dr. Larimore connects with people through their stories and truly cares about their life experiences. In “The Best Medicine,” he shares a delightful assortment of stories with us in such a way that I felt as if I was sitting across the table from him, not reading a book. I laughed. I cried. And I found myself caring about people I’ve never met.

Beth K. Vogt, Christy Award-winning author of the Thatcher Sisters Series

I laughed, I cried . . . really! Such a good book! This should be required reading for family medicine residents, probably even all medical students. It paints a real (but entertaining) picture of a man who, by growing in his relationship with God, grew in his ability to be a real physician, husband, father, and friend. I can’t wait to read the next volume!

James D. Collier, MD, Former Asst Surgeon General for Healthcare, United States Air Force

I’m astonished and grateful for these endorsements and kind words.

You can pre-order “Best Medicine” here.

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