The author, Kaz Kawazoe, made her debut as a composer and singer in UK while she was studying at University of Southern California.
She globally succeeded in entertainment business such as music, acting, publishing, and movie. Her business in the US was a big success. One day, however, she was diagnosed with cancer.
She is a cancer survivor who fought and beat cancer because she has a faith that she wants to live life without any regrets.
In 2020, the whole world stopped due to the global pandemic of coronavirus.
During that time, she decided to write down the record of her thoughts and experiences through the cancer treatment because she felt it was now or never.
How did she begin a new chapter in her life after cancer?
This is a book about life, expresses her message for those who are fighting cancer and their family and friends to transform fear into courage.
Kas Kawazoe moved to the United States in 1977 by herself to attend high school. In 1984, her first record as a singer-lyricist, “No Time To Stop Believing In Love” was released in Europe and Asia. The song earned her an offer from a Japanese TV station to join the cast of a national weekly music and variety show. She then moved back to Japan temporarily, working as a TV talent, lyric writer and music journalist.
After returning to the U.S. in1989, she began working as a DJ for radio programs recorded in Los Angeles and aired in Japan. At the same time, she was writing a weekly magazine column, and to date has authored 13 books published in Japan. She also established herself as a A-grade technical interpreter in L.A., specializing in medicine and science.
In 2006, Kaz founded a talent management company called KAZ Talent Services, and she’s been working with TV commercial productions and print advertisement since then.
Soka Girls Junior High School (Currently: Kansai Soka) first graduating class.
A graduate of the University of Southern California and member of ASCAP, she continues to live in Los Angeles.