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One of my concerns is that people with ADD (or ADHD)might not read the book, because, well, because they have ADD (or ADHD). We tend to buy on impulse, something is novel,we have that initial burst of enthusiasm and the best of intentions, but— you know.
My friend Tom has several ADD books, has read none of them. Three the many reviewers of the early awful drafts did not finish reading the manuscripts (so the last part is less edited, hope it doesn’t show). But I have some wonderful gratifying testimonials of the benefit people have gotten from the book. So, did you read it? ALL of it?
Pam wondered if her preference for print over e books has anything to do with ADD. She does use e books for light fiction. I also prefer print, but think its just because I love books. Do you have some thoughts on this?
note: I am fishing for comments,which are always most welcome.
I am a psychiatric physician.
I learned I have ADHD at age 64, and then wrote two ADHD books for adults, focusing on strategies for making your life better.
Your Life Can Be Better; strategies for adults with ADD/ADHD
available at amazon.com, or smashwords.com (for e books)
Living Daily With Adult ADD or ADHD: 365 Tips O the Day ( e-book).
This is one tip at a time, one page at a time, at your own pace. It's meant to last a year.
As a child, I was a bully. Then there was a transformation.
Now I am committed to helping people instead abusing them.
The Bully was published in January, 2016.
It's in print or e book, on Amazon.