posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 08:11 PM
reply to post by sugarcookie1
An introvert artist, pointing at others work as better,...now I am sure you are a writer. That is the number one characteristic...insecurity of
Consider a book about your experience with this, your journey with cf. Seriously I have never read anything more original.
They are many ways to approach publishing. Hay House has a self publishing arm, with many forms of assistance. Of course, it costs however you would
not believe the success stories. But, maybe not! Consider representation...there is a website. But, no matter what, research and write.
Anywho that is up to you. I just have not read anything so refreshing, so not self pitying and yet evoking from the reader a sense of the difficulty
of carrying with you something that the body is clearly telling you is foreign to its normal state.
Please immediately go to the Writer's Guild of America website and register this work. Its only $20.00 and it is very easy to do. You can do the
mailing thing, but when push comes to shove the Writer's Guild will save you. My husband won a large arbitration case against a studio with them.
Keep me posted...you have a unique view sugarcookie1, surely you can see at least that much. I mean... naming your inhaler. Fabulous! Think about
a children's book! How fun that you name your inhaler, you could partner with an artist and have your inhaler then the child could draw their
inhaler as whatever? Or an inhaler puppet! Or just for adults, need I say more...
You will know what is best and I will not, this I can assure you. You are the artist.