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Nobody Believes Crazy

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I hope you guys enjoy this. You're both about to be let into a world that nobody but me knows. Pretty sure I want to title this: Nobody Believes Crazy... I'm open to any and all suggestions from beginning to end. If it's just something you two want to read fine with me; it doesn't need to be for the world, but I think its got potential. I listened to [Publisher's] advice about setting aside a time every day to write. That lasted about two days. I wrote a paragraph or two and stopped. Then one day I just got in front of my computer and pumped out ten pages. I took a week off. Got in front of my computer again and put out another ten pages. Hopped in front of my computer late last night hoping to reach a certain stopping point that was highlighted in my outline. I couldn't stop writing. I finished the whole story, the last 20 pages. It all just came out real easy... after finishing one paragraph I knew exactly what needed to be said next. I hope it reads just as easy. Looking forward to discussing this. It's around 33,000 words. Thanks for your encouragement since giving me that green book years ago. Let's make it better!!

 
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Nobody believes crazy

Nobody Believes Crazy is a gritty, authentic memoir by debut author Will Morro. 

A graduate of Boston College with a B.A. in Sociology where he played Division 1A Club Rugby. he was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder 1 at the age of 20. Endring six hospitalizations in mental health facilities and nine psychiatric evaluations in emergency rooms over the past 13 years, he confronts his illness, his life, his family and his friends head-on. 

For anyone who has Bipolar Disorder or who has family or friends with it, Nobody Believes Crazy is a must read to truly understand what it is like to be inside the mind of someone with this illness.

Nobody Believes Crazy is a gritty, authentic memoir by debut author Will Morro. 

A graduate of Boston College with a B.A. in Sociology

where he played Division 1A Club Rugby, 

Will was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder 1 at the age of 20.

Enduring six hospitalizations in mental health facilities and nine psychiatric evaluations in emergency rooms over the past 13 years,

he confronts his illness, his life, his family and his friends head-on. 

For anyone who has Bipolar Disorder or who has family or friends with it,

Nobody Believes Crazy is a must read to truly understand what it is like

to be inside the mind of someone with this illness.

A recent interview with the author of Nobody Believes Crazy.