Fighting Parkinson’s…and Winning; my new book

Today, for inspiration and assistance in the November to Remember 30-day challenge 2017, I am announcing the release of my new book, Fighting Parkinson’s…and Winning.

It has been seven and a half years since being cured of Parkinson’s. This time has been filled with many blessings as we have grown a worldwide community of people focused on helping each other in the fight to recover from Parkinson’s. I am grateful for all of you.

For the last year, I have been writing a book of my journey getting Parkinson’s and living with it, curing myself from it, and what it has been like these last seven years.

The book is different from the blog in many ways. In the book I am able to explore the concepts of the disease and recovery at a much deeper level than can be accomplished in the smaller posts contained on the blog. I open my heart and soul and put them on the pages of the book.

In Part One of the book, I discuss in great depth what it was like for me in the day-to-day living with Parkinson’s.

In Part Two, I go into detail about getting the disease, including the lion I ran from for ten years, and then discuss what I did for my recovery. I moved the physical part of the Recipe to Appendix Two in the back of the book, and I focus on the mind and soul healing.

In Part Three, I discuss what these last seven years have been like in my personal life, and with all of you. In Appendix One, I publish my Parkinson’s Daily Journal, which was my daily account of the disease and its impact on me through the first few months of having the disease up to the time I could hardly write anymore and no longer could read my writing.

The book is available as a paperback and Kindle e-book, both on Amazon. The paperback is $19.99 (it is 9″x6″ to make it easier to hold, and it is on cream colored paper with a selected font that makes it easier to read). The Kindle e-book is $9.99 (a Kindle reader is a free app for computers, laptops, iPads and other tablets, iPhones, and smart phones).

Click here for the link to the Amazon US book page. Outside the US, please go to your Amazon site of choice and type in the search Fighting Parkinson’s…and Winning.

Amazon ranks products by purchases and reviews, so I am asking for your help. I am asking you to please purchase a book, read it, and write a review (Amazon does not require your full name for a review).

I have written in the past, “I have the power to heal myself, you have the power to heal yourself, together we have the power to heal the world.” With this book, I am looking to get out the worldwide message that people can, and do, recover from Parkinson’s.

As many of you have seen in your own journeys, the non-believers can be unfriendly, so I am anticipating that there will be reviewers who will write poor reviews simply because they do not believe in Parkinson’s recovery. When I ask you to buy a book and write a review, all I am asking for is an honest review.

When people with Parkinson’s go to Amazon and are trying to decide if they should purchase the book or not, your reviews will help them know that Parkinson’s recovery is real. That, my friends, is how “Together we have the power to heal the world,” one person at a time.

Thank you for your support and for your courage and resilience as you fight Parkinson’s.

Okay, everybody, put big smiles on your faces and chant together so the whole world can hear:

“Parkinson’s is curable.
I am my own Parkinson’s cure.
I am halting, slowing, and reversing the progression of my Parkinson’s.
I am extraordinary.
I am recovery.
I am doing great!
I AM WORTH IT!!!

AND, TOGETHER WE HAVE THE POWER TO HEAL THE WORLD!!!”

All my best,

Howard

 

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38 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s…and Winning; my new book

  1. Zeljko says:

    Congratulations Howard, this is big step for our community.

  2. judy says:

    A book! Thank-you, Howard!
    I don’t know how you found the time,
    but I’m glad you did. Can’t wait to read it!
    I love you and Sally and all the warriors.
    We are a rare breed. “Tenacious” doesn’t begin
    to describe us!

  3. Susana L says:

    Giant congratulations Howard! So excited to read your new book! This is a great milestone. I continue my gratitude for your generosity of heart. You are a huge inspiration to me. Sending you and Sally all the best wishes and good luck. Lots of love to all, Susana

  4. Karen in Ireland says:

    Congratulations Howard, I’m delighted to hear about your book. I hope it stays open easily as most of us have problems with our hands so holding a book is an effort. I will have to dig out a book clip I used to have. A course in miracles is the only book that is easy to manage as it stays open on your knee whatever page you are at. Love that your book has cream pages for easy reading.
    Well done you!
    Loved the wizard of Oz analogy in last post, genius! 🙂 xx
    Big love to all warriors
    Karen xx

  5. Melanie S says:

    That’s wonderful.! Going to order my copy now.

  6. Dave M says:

    Howard, Congratulations and all the best with the new book. I’ve already started reading my Kindle edition.

  7. Lynn McIvor says:

    Way to go, Howard. That’s wonderful news. Congratulations.

  8. ken says:

    Congratulations on your new book, can hardly wait to get a copy.
    It will open a new market and people will be able to find out that
    Parkinson’s is curable.

  9. Timothy Chaloner says:

    Great news Howard,
    I have just ordered your book & looking forward to reading it and writing a review.
    Regards Timothy

  10. Tery and Werni says:

    Congratulations Howard!! We can’t wait to read your memoir and write a review!! It’s fantastic that you took the time and open your heart, your generosity is enormous, THANKS!!!

  11. Cynthia (from England) says:

    That’s fantastic, Howard!
    I’ve just ordered it and can’t wait to get it!
    Xx

  12. hans says:

    Great! Looking forward to reading it! Congats Howard!

  13. Mike says:

    Thanks Howard.
    I bought the Kindle copy and am busy reading it!

  14. Pippa says:

    Congratulations Howard, Exciting for you! I’m sure your book will be well received, having such a positive message for the Parkinson’s community and caregivers. Really looking forward to reading it!

  15. Trish in Colorado says:

    Yea Howard!!! This is a surprise to me. I’m so excited, I’m ordering two copies…one for myself and one for my primary care doctor. His family has been hit hard with Parkinson’s and this is something I can give him that’s physical he can hold in his hand, enticing him to read. The blog is great for us who believe but this is for the skeptic.

    God bless you Howard and Sally. May your book bring hope and recovery to those who are suffering and a whole new approach to treatment in the medical community.

    Our prayers and best wishes are with you!

  16. Lori Christian says:

    Hi Howard,
    Congrats on the book and I just ordered it!! Just wondering, do you have complete
    full use of your hand now that was effected? Look forward to reading everything
    thru your experience. We are on this journey with my husband and he too is healing
    and it is great to follow your site and blog and now the book!! Awesome!!
    Lori

  17. Howard says:

    Thank you to all of you who have posted comments and sent me emails. Many thanks for purchasing the books and Kindle e-books. I appreciate your kind words and sentiments in cheering for me, yourselves, and each other.

    We are a wonderful community! I am grateful.

    Lori, physically, I am 100%. I have complete full use of all of my physical being. Thank you for being on this journey with your husband and thank you for your kind words. I am so happy he is healing.

    Love, blessings, and gratitude to all of you!
    Howard

  18. Laura Doyle says:

    That’s great news, Howard. Now your story will be available to a whole lot more people! I just ordered a copy, and look forward to reading it.

  19. Helen Gill says:

    Fantastic Howard!! Great news. You’ll be able to help so many now and reverse the myth that Parkinsons is not curable. It is. I am so happy for you in all achievements you have done and do. The world is a better place with you in it. I’m ecstatic for you and all who read this book and gain inspiration and insight. Cheers dear Howard. You’re a master.

  20. tu says:

    That’s great! Congrats Howard!

    Will buy the book. Looking forward to reading it!

    Thanks Howard for making it happen!

  21. jimmy says:

    FELICIDADES HOWARD, ES IMPORTANTE QUE EL MUNDO SEPA QUE EL PARKINSON ES CURABLE

    Translation:

    CONGRATULATIONS HOWARD, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE WORLD KNOW THAT PARKINSON IS CURABLE

  22. Beth of CA says:

    Congratulations for such a great achievement – to let the world know that Parkinson’s is curable. I look forward getting & reading the book. Blessings to all, Beth

  23. Chuck R in Ky says:

    Fantastic ! Can’t wait to read it .
    Howard I’m so proud of you for never giving up on us and helping change the world.

    Love and blessings to all and let’s always expect something great to happen

  24. Waseema says:

    Congratulations Howard.I’m about to order my Kindle copy and I can’t wait to read it. Thanks so much for sharing. Wishing you lots of success love and blessings.
    Waseema

  25. Smita Shinde says:

    I am delighted to know about your book… congratulations Howard… I am going to order it now… many thanks for such a big motivation for all of us.. you are first person who is consistently helping and motivating all Pd sufferers to the best.. God bless you Howard.. I get tears of joy that I have you in this journey of recovery.. sending love…
    Gratitude.

  26. Rainer in Germany says:

    Congratulations, Howard! Your book will be enormously important for people with Parkinson’s disease, and it will have many, many enthusiastic and grateful readers.

  27. carmel says:

    Thats’s such great news about your book Howard. Looking to forward
    to reading it and to learn more about healing ourself. I am so grateful
    to you for sharing your wisdom and for always being there. xxx

  28. Veronica Urquhart says:

    That is great news Howard . Thank you. I know it will be accepted with great appreciation. Count me in. God bless you for taking the time.

    Love and blessings

    Veronica 🌱🌺

  29. Howard says:

    Thank you very much to all of you. We are off to a wonderful start getting the message out in a bigger way that Parkinson’s is curable. Yes, “Together we have the power to heal the world.” I am grateful for all of you!

    Love and blessings,
    Howard

  30. Tom Lovdal says:

    Congratulations Howard
    Book ordered! Can’t wait to read it and share it with my local PD group
    Thanks for all the hope & inspiration and good practical ideas for everyday issues you have given me (us) over the past five years!

  31. Bailey says:

    Hard copy ordered! Can’t wait to get my hands on it! Thank you Howard for taking the time and effort to assemble a package of inspiration and guidance for us movers and shakers on the path to recovery! 🙂

  32. Waseema says:

    Howard I am part way through the book and it’s beautiful

  33. Eugene says:

    Dear Howard,
    Congratulations! It is such a great news! This is how the World will know, that Parkinsons is curable!
    All the best, Rita and Eugene

  34. Melanie M. says:

    I just ordered a Kindle copy of your book. Can’t wait to read it. With much love and gratitude for all you do! Melanie

  35. Christine from England says:

    Congratulations on your book Howard, I’ve just received a copy today for my birthday.
    Can’t wait to start reading it.
    As ever thank you for your dedication and support.

  36. I bought it, read it and love it. The book marks a turning point in the history of Parkinson’s.

  37. Tom says:

    Reading your book–May it inspire others (even in the Western scientific community !)as it is motivating me to go, and grow, deeper into the limitless process of healing: I’m possible? Yes, exactly!
    Thanks for your guidance and perseverance,
    Tom

  38. Karen and Don in Texas says:

    My personal opinion is that this is one of those situations where the “curse” is really a “blessing” because this forces me to take a long and hard look at myself.

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