My Book Young, Sick, and Invisible has it’s first reviews on Amazon.com. I am so excited to hear from people who have read it, and the people who have contacted me to share their stories.
If you’ve had the chance to read the book, please let me know what you thought. I would love to hear from you!.
“I am a person with a chronic illness that has left me disabled. Ania’s book not only perfectly described the facets of living with disability, chronic pain, and chronic illness, she also touched on how it can be for friends and loved ones of such a person. She exquisitely describes in terms anyone can understand – whether they are a patient, friend or loved one of a patient, or just a regular person wanting to learn about the struggles of those of us who are ill. This book was devoured in days and something I feel everyone should read, especially if you know a person with chronic pain, a chronic illness, and/or a disability.” – Kacee L Cole
Earlier this week, I finally managed to finish editing my book Young, Sick, and Invisible: A Skeptic’s Journey with Chronic Illness. What does this mean? It means I have successfully written a book! It means that now I have a product that is ready to start being sent out to potential publishers in the hopes that I can find someone who wants to turn this into a real book. It means that I managed to prove to myself, and other’s who said that I couldn’t, that this is a thing I can do. That this is a thing I’ve done. I can call myself a writer without question now. This on the heals of submitting my first short story for publishing earlier this year.
It might not seem like something that I would need to prove to myself, but self-doubt is something I’ve lived with for a long time. There is a voice in my head that tells me that I cannot do this, that I never finish anything, and it is a voice I recognize from my life.