Blog · April 17, 2015

This and That

So many things to talk about!

lp1. I have an AMAZON GIVEAWAY going on! if you haven’t already, please enter and share, you can win my book “Butterfly Child”. Who will be the lucky person??? The giveaway will be active until the 22nd, so I hope someone by then wins the darn thing.
Enter Now by following THIS LINK. Follow me on Twitter and Retweet please! Thank you!

I will have giveaways on different platforms as time allows, on GoodReads for example, and I am researching others as well, so if you don’t win this one, don’t fret, there will be another one coming soon.

2. My next Podcast of “Butterfly Talk” is scheduled for April 21st at 3:30pm. My Special Guest will be Lorraine Spaulding, EB mom extraordinaire and always leading the way for EB awareness! She started Montello Fine Foods with her son Garrett 18, RDEB, and we will talk about that as well.
You may listen to it “live”, but if that’s not a good time for you it’s OK because it’s archived on the website and will be transferred later as a podcast on iTunes for you to listed to when you can!
I hope you join us! Bookmark this page on BlogTalkRadio now…–>

3.Butterfly Child” is now available everywhere, paperback and ebook and will soon be an audiobook as well! I know a lot of people would like me to narrate it, but… trust me when I tell you this… it ain’t happening. Not only I don’t have a studio, nor the time, it’s a lot more difficult to do something like that many may imagine. Even professionals with the most clear of voices and a studio available state it takes a lot longer than an hour to read an hour of a manuscript. Butterfly Child is so big (400+ pages) that it is estimated it would take over 20 hours for an audiobook to be produced. I was lucky, a talented woman is very taken by my book and wants to do it, so hopefully this dream of an audiobook will become a reality sooner rather than later. I am beyond thrilled!! As many of you may imagine, this book is immensely important to me. It took me 20 years to write it and I poured my whole being in it, I am working hard to make it so anyone can read it and gain some insight from it.

4. The last thing I wanted to share today is my Press Release. It went out to a lot of places today (this is just one place for example), lots of magazine/newspaper editors etcetera. If you know anyone who might be interested in getting the word out, please contact me at ebmomma @ or just leave a comment below in the facebook app. I would appreciate any contacts!


April 17, 2015. | Lancaster, California.
Visit for contact details, review copies, photos, and an author bio.
New Memoir Spotlights Ultra-Orphan Disorder Epidermolysis Bullosa
A Mother Shares her 20 year journey from a stillbirth to raising her Special Need Son

Silvia Corradin, long time advocate for her son’s rare disorder Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), lifts the vail in the hopes of raising awareness for her son’s condition and opening up about the devastating stillbirth that preceded his birth. Her new Book “Butterfly Child: A Mother’s Journey” describes in detail the past 20 years of her life, from the devastating news of her baby’s demise at full term, followed by a miscarriage, to the birth and journey dealing with her new baby’s diagnosis, a rare, fatal disorder of which Doctors were baffled on how to deal with.

Silvia Corradin was a Special Need columnist and has published three prior books featuring her columns and stories of families dealing with EB. She founded the EB Info World website in 1997 ( when she realized there was hardly any information about her son’s disorder on the web. Readers of her books have expressed great enthusiasm for the project and the potential for awareness.

“Butterfly Child” is now available everywhere.


Thank you so much and many blessings!