I’m Published!!

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Yesterday I had an article of mine published on The Mighty’s website. If you aren’t familiar with the site read this for  a full explanation of who they are and who they represent. If you are familiar with them, then you already know how amazing their content is and why I feel so honored to be a contributor for them now.

I would absolutely love it, and you, if you would take the time to go over and read the article if you haven’t already. As a writer with a book on the horizon, it is imperative that I build a platform for my work. The more readers I have, the more likes and follows, all of these add to my platform and will help me out in the long run.

The edits on my book are nearly finished and I will be submitting them to an agent. If all goes well, the changes will be accepted and she will take me on as a client. The story on The Mighty is just one of the many parts of my bigger story, my book, He’s Not Broken.

Stick with me guys. I have a lot to say. If I play my cards right, then maybe one day I’ll be able to meet my supporters in person on book tours. It’s a dream of mine.

If you have a moment, please head on over to The Mighty and check out my piece on Tourette Syndrome.

7 thoughts on “I’m Published!!

  1. What a nice ending to your story. I have (well medicated) Tourettes and while I’m not vocal in theaters, I have sunk business deals for my company with my ‘odd’ behavior. Congrats on being published and best luck with your book. Having written one is an amazing achievement.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Jeff. Fortunately, my son no longer tics. Unfortunately, once the tics left town, the backup – OCD and social anxiety – took its spot. I’m sorry you’ve lost business due to your tics. People can be so misunderstood. I wish you all the best. Again, thanks for stopping by. Hope to “see” you around.

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  2. Ahhh so good. I am an adult with TS. I am in graduate school pursuing a doctorate in Audiology; going to be an ear doctor in 3 short years! I get stares a lot when I am studying in cafes and the like, but I know my right to be here is the same as everyone else’s. Thank you for standing up and being an advocate. It’s so, so important. –KMJ

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and leaving a comment. We all need to advocate. I apologize for taking so long to respond. I’m dealing with my own demons at the moment. Peace to you. And good luck on your future career.

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