I’ve spent the last three days at my publisher’s home, nicknamed The Author Castle, outside of Washington, D.C. On Thursday, my book launched. Within the first 24 hours, my book ended up in the top 1,000 in the Amazon Kindle store and hit #1 in pain management in the US (#2 in Australia in the same category), #1 in disorders and diseases in Japan, #1 in chronic pain in Canada, and #1 in pain therapy in Germany. It also seems to be holding pretty strong in the high ranks for Social Sciences in both Japan and the UK. So yes, I am officially an International Best Selling Author. Continue reading Published author, day 3
1) I didn’t curse in my book (publisher’s rules) but I do curse in real life. You’ve been warned.
2) I’m humbled that I got to write something so personal and that now I get to share it with you all. This book, at its core, is about having an innate need to do the things we want to do while living with chronic illness and figuring out exactly how, but I’ve gotten such amazing feedback from my advance reader crew that everyone found value in it, and that means so much to me. Continue reading My book is here!
As I develop content for my book, publishing in September 2016, you’re going to keep hearing me refer to this thing called a “spoonie.” Nope, not a trekkie. Not some weird reference to cuddling. It’s a way people with chronic disease describe ourselves, and here’s why. Continue reading Have no idea what I’m talking about when I say ‘spoonie’?