Dr. Christopher Maloney has spent his life trying to become the doctor he was unable to find when he was ill himself. His practice can be summed up by: when you get hit by a bus go see your M.D. When you just feel like you were, it is time to see me.
How do you approach cover design?
My goal is to combine something from the book with something from my own life that I value. Truthfully, I hope the cover simply doesn't deter readers, as I am constantly growing in my work. I'm working with a graphic artist, but he can only generate what I can visualize.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
The Little Prince - For its quiet satire. Bone - An epic graphic novel reminiscent of Pogo and the other great comics. Gandhi's Autobiography - Bringing a figurehead into a human realm. Anything by Ray Bradbury - I like his tone when approaching the fantastic. Pride and Prejudice - Another age, another set of problems. I could go on and on, but that's five.
Are you going blind? I was. Slowly. One morning I woke up and couldn’t read labels anymore. My doctor told me it was a normal part of getting older. But I’m stubborn. I thought there must be another way, but no one seemed to have one. So I finally found my own way. I’ve completely changed how I see my eyes, I’ve improved my vision, and I’d like to share what I found with you.
In this short, simple book, Dr. Maloney explains why NF1 varies so widely in how it affects children. For the parents of NF1 children or newly diagnosed adults, Dr. Maloney covers the genetics of NF1 simply. He shows why the disease cannot by predicted by NF1 alone and gives cutting edge research possibilities for its treatment.
In The Marquis, we learn of the existence and horrible plan of a band of ancient vampires. Tom Hawkins is forced to fully assume the role of Marquis, but he manages to escape and reunite with his beloved. As the vampires struggle for control of the silver coming out of South America, Tom is once again thrust into the middle of the battle. How can you best a creature that can read your mind?
“I am a fraud. My title, my power, my very name are not my own.” In this third volume of the Marquis Papers, Tom trains for his new role as a gentleman amid the arctic wastes. He is called to Europe too soon, and becomes an assassin. But someone Tom long thought lost is found again, adding light to the darkness. And he learns of the secret past of one of Europe’s great ladies.
In the Year of Our Lord 1658, the Albatross was lost with all hands during a hurricane. Stories from sailors describing a shadowy pirate vessel that preyed upon the ill-advised and unlucky have never been confirmed. But in this extraordinary manuscript we have proof of its existence, if we are to believe the adventures written by Tom Hawkins, known to the world as the Marquis de Maintenon.
“I am a fraud. My title, my power, my very name are not my own.” So begins the tale of Tom Hawkins, cabin boy, slave, friend of vampires, and ultimately a Marquis who changes the world. Tom lives in the 17th century, when pirates roam free and empires clash over gold. Behind the emperors sit darker figures who learn to fear the name of Hawkins.
Got Lyme? Get well. Even if you live in a world where Lyme is spreading and isn't just from ticks anymore. Dr. Maloney compiles over two hundred research articles into a simple, short book. He gives new treatments, both antibiotic and herbal. Along the way, he explains why hurting more when you are trying to heal is never a good idea. Protect yourself and your loved ones from Lyme.
Hate Disney? Me too. At least I did until children and necessity (peace in the home) made me go. Learn from me how to survive and even love the mouse. Find your zen moment of Disney (previous knowledge of Buddhism not required). Tips for Disney guys married to Disney moms.
After being diagnosed with colon cancer, Dr. Maloney faced his own terror, sense of betrayal, and anger at God. He talks through his own journey for his fellow patients, how to find faith despite his diagnosis.
Are you looking for answers but confused about why different doctors say such different things about Chronic Lyme? Are you sure that one side is right and the other side is crazy? Would it surprise you if both sides were right? Join Dr. Maloney in an in-depth explanation of why both sides are right and wrong about Chronic Lyme.
Feel others pain too much? You may be an empath, someone who deeply feels the emotions of those around them. While this can make you a wonderful friend and counselor, it can also mean that you have difficulty blocking out the negativity of others. In this simple, short primer, Dr. Maloney explains skills every empath should master.
Got Back Pain?
Have you tried stretches, rest, and pain medication without success? Thinking about surgery?
The pain relief you seek might be closer than you think. In this short, researched book, Dr. Maloney explains how habitual pain responses can be caused by both physical and emotional triggers.
Move beyond stretching exercises and mental self-therapy to combine the best of both.
Do you or a loved one have a diagnosis of colon cancer? Did you know that changing your diet could lower your risk of dying of it even after you've been diagnosed? When you finish this book I want you to be able to tell me, in one minute or less, how you should eat, exercise, and supplement to lower your risk of dying of colon cancer.
Your body is outnumbered ten-to-one by the bacteria that grow in you. Who are these strange creatures? Are they friend or foe? And how can you call a truce? Explore with Dr. Christopher Maloney, N.D. as he uncovers the strange splendor within and gives tips for how to keep the peace.
If you are considering a career in conventional or alternative medicine, the decision is far easier than you might think. By the time you finish this book you will know which path is right for you, as well as what to expect along the road.