Paralysis: Beating the Odds FAQ

It seems that quite a few of the private messages and emails regarding this book have had very similar questions so I thought I would answer them here so people do not have to shoot us an email or a message for the frequently asked questions.

Do you regret having the surgery?

There were definitely times throughout the years of recovering that I questioned having the operation, but no it has led to some really amazing and unique experiences that most people do not get to have.

How did the paralysis affect your identity?

For the most part I have to say no, but there have been the odd frustrating moments where I was seen as just someone with a disability. Like anyone I had my struggles before the paralysis they just changed after it. It definitely notified my lifestyle, but I did not like where I was headed so it was a change for the better in my opinion.

Would you do it again?

If I had the ability to time travel back to the moment where I signed the consent forms I would do it all over again. It was tough and still can be at times, but for me this was a multi-year period of pure grown and a true test of character. Every experience in life has value no matter if it is positive or negative. Would we have any good stories if all of our lives were just sunshine and rainbows, no. We just have to learn to create the rainbows after the storms.

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Feel free to ask questions in the comments and I will answer as best as I can.

RE: Book Launch

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espite being a little intimidated at first the event was a complete success. At the end of the night I still had quite a few books left so I am now set up to invoice my readers and I am willing to ship globally. I have dedicated a page to Paralysis: Beating The Odds as stated on the page you can fill out a contact form or shoot me an email if you would like to purchase a signed copy of the novel.

Book launch April 18th

As some of you know I published Paralysis: Beating The Odds last year and have been dragging my butt on launching the title. When I published I was very indifferent towards the title after several rounds of editing with no desire to launch it.

Now that it’s been almost eleven months I have the launch coming up in a week, and could not be more excited. Having to prepare for the reading and signing has made me reread several chapters of the book, which helped me both not hate the title and realize why the reviews mention my humor.

Depending on what age groups show up will change what chapters I read from but I think I’m fully prepared for my first public speaking engagement in years.

Addison