I am a guy from a very small island off of the coast of Maine. I'm fairly funny, I wrote this book to help out people going through a brain injury. I've worked hard to recover from this brain injury, which is just what anyone doing this, going through a brain injury, needs to do. If I had known many of the things in this book beforehand, I feel as though it might have been somewhat of an easier time going through this. I have a lot of ideas of things that I would like to do, own a food truck, get into comedy, own a restaurant, seriously a lot of different ideas. If I've made it through this, I know I can do just about anything.
What do you read for pleasure?
Personally, I like a large plethora of books. But I particularly enjoy Stephen King, James Patterson, John Grisham, as well as a smattering of other books that I don’t know the authors of.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
That would be my iPad. I also have an iPhone that has the IBooks app. I have read a lot of books at night on my phone.
These books are my journey into having a severe traumatic brain injury and crossing over to the other side for what felt like a couple of minutes. Then my recovery from embarking on a trip like that. Also having seizures for seven years, I'm sure others would shrug that off as nothing. But to me, it really scared me to death, I say that because that was what was happening. I like to think of it like someone in my brain flicking the lights on and off.
This is my next book about my brain injury, it details how I've been trying to recover from having a severe traumatic brain injury. This book also features my seizures that I had been having in my first book, I had two big seizures on Christmas Day in 2019.
The true story of an 18 year old, who was hit by a car and suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. The book was written by him during his hospitalization and while he was recovering at home. It's a journey of hope and determination.