Book News: Recap on Most Recent Off Balanced Publicity

Considering a few months have gone by since I last did a “Book News” post to share updates on the publicity my teenage memoir Off Balanced continues to garner, I wanted to use today as an opportunity to recap late April, May and June’s marketing efforts. These efforts include interviews and guest blog posts. I hope you enjoy!

Guest Post for Cleveland Indians Fan Blog The Tribe Daily
Published Tuesday, April 24th, I take  the opportunity to discuss the significant influence sports can play in our lives. After all, my interest in the Cleveland Indians helped lead me to find an interest in writing. Read here, “Guest Author: Sports Empower.”

Book Readers Interview
Book Readers provides an enticing blog for writers and authors. Dee  Owen interviews various authors and gets them to share their insights into the writing and publishing industries. Checkout my insights posted Monday, April 30th, “Off Balanced- A Teenage Memoir

AM 930 WEOL Morning Show Interview
AM 930 WEOL reaches the Elyria, OH area. On Thursday, May 3rd WEOL Morning Show hosts Bruce Van Dyke and Craig Adams interviewed me about Off Balanced and my other writing endeavors. Click the image below and than click “Off Balanced” to hear my now archived interview.


I appeared on WEOL’s morning show Thursday, May 3rd to talk about Off Balanced and more!

Guest Post for Handicap This Blog
I know I mention Handicap This’ Tim Wambach and Mike Berkson on this blog multiple times. Therefore, you can imagine my excitement getting to provide a guest post on inclusion, “Striving for Greater Inclusion” on their blog back on Friday, June 1st. Quick sidebar! I recently interviewed Tim and Mike for The Mobility Resource. You can view the interview here, “Is Your Mind Handicap Accessible?

Interviewed by Columnist Daniel J. Vance
Daniel J. Vance writes a column called “Disabilities” which gets distributed and published in various publications across the country. I’m humbled he deemed my story newsworthy and wrote a piece about me, “Teen with Disability Overcomes Embarrassment.”





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