Monthly Archives: July 2013
It’s official! I have launched my first two Ebooks. They are available on Amazon.com, for Kindle. I’m looking at introducing them to Barnes and Noble, Nook, but I haven’t gotten that far yet.
It’s exciting for me, to see that people are buying them. Right now, I know that two of the copies that have sold are to my sister, and that’s ok with me. It’s been a while since we’ve talked and yesterday we got together. She has a kindle, so I pulled up the books, she bought them. After I left, she started reading. She said that my poems were very intense. I’m still trying to figure out if that’s a good thing or not, but I’m still proud. I’m proud that my sister had enough faith and pride in me to buy my books, and she’s shared them with friends.
Just like my blog, my poems book is about mental health. I think that it is important for people to learn about Mental health and mental illness. End the Stigma!
So, I’m including links to my books, available for purchase on Amazon.com.
Sorry for the interruption on my blog. I am currently attempting to self publish some of my short stories and poems. So if you have a link to one of my posts, that no longer exists, it’s because I had to take it down. My sincerest apologies for the inconvenience. Apparently, when I put my book in for review, they found that the same information was free online. So I took them down. Hopefully, my book will be able to publish soon.
Again, my apologies for the inconvenience.
I’ve been trying to think of what to say, how to explain my disappearance from Facebook, or from work. And nothing really sounds that great. I don’t know how to explain in simple terms, because I want people to clue into what’s going on. I think that it’s important.
So, if you don’t know, I have some things to attempt to explain, provide some key details that I have kept very private. Things that are important and vital to everyone, but are kept in the shadows. So, here goes. Read the rest of this entry
So, while I was at the hospital, they had me fill out a packet that was titled “Planning for prevention and recovery”.
It’s a nifty tool that can be used with any mental illness.
It came with a booklet that gave specific instructions for how to fill it out. They say to put it in a binder, with 5 tabbed sections. Read the rest of this entry