Writing my book…one word at a time

For the past few months, I have been re writing my book. Ever since the loss of my hard drive back in November. I had to go back to a previous saved copy of my book. Therefore, I have not been doing a lot of extra writing projects. My goal is to finish this book.

It has taken a lot of work to get my book written. I have cried, laughed and everything in between. I am now on the second round of edits. I only have six more sections of my book to go. I am so excited to have it done. From there my second editor will review it for me.

The book is ten questions that I get asked quite frequently from parents whose children have Nystagmus. I thought about these questions a lot, and I have added some antidotes from my childhood to illustrate the points in the book. I really hope that this book and course helps parents find peace in their own journey of raising their children.

My goal is to have my book ready to be released on Amazon by the end of the year.  I plan of having it published on both Kindle and paperback. Once I have the book out, I will also be releasing an online course that can either be taken in conjunction with the book or by itself.

One word at a time…I am getting it done. 😊

Published by Amanda Gene Harris, author and owner of Harris' InkWell

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene Harris, and I am the owner of Harris' Inkwell. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

6 thoughts on “Writing my book…one word at a time

  1. How exciting and congratulations on your upcoming book! So proud of you, I’m sure it was lots of work but well worth it. Congratulations again!!

  2. hey
    wow, that’s so lovely!
    I wish you all the very best for the journey ahead!
    I’m sure you’ll make through it despite everything!
    I’m sure it’ll be helpful to many people 🙂
    love and best wishes from India 🙂

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