Become an ADD / ADHD Author

WackyMy colleague, Laurie Dupar of CoachingforADHD.com, is going to change the way the world looks at ADHD!

How? With her latest book in the ADHD Awareness Book Project series called Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD: The never before told fun, creative, out-of-the-box secrets that will get you smiling and surviving with ADHD.

Sound interesting? Let me tell you a bit more…

In Wacky Ways, coaches, educators, therapists, doctors, and other ADHD experts will come together and share their best tips, stories, and strategies to help people love their ADHD and succeed in ways they never thought possible.

Would you like to be a part of this ADHD revolution?

You can! You can be part of this project that will have people appreciating their ADHD as a positive quality instead of an obstacle.

Click Here to see how YOU can become a contributing author to the 2015 ADHD Awareness Book Project.

3 Comments

  • Trevor E

    Reply Reply April 22, 2015

    I’m in Marketing and PR. I get the paid model. I understand that people need to be paid for their efforts, but there’s something that seems fundamentally wrong about curating a book of content and tips to help others heal through a paid structure. This immediately cheapens the book and the content.

    Submissions should be based on the QUALITY of content, not who is willing to pay for it – especially when dealing with health and healing. Hopefully, those who are putting this book together understand that full disclosure on publishing, and all further promotions of this book will have to be made. People deserve to know that this book will be curated based on payment before they purchase it.

  • Tara

    Reply Reply April 22, 2015

    Laurie addresses the paid issue on her site. The fact that people are paying isn’t being hidden. This is also the 5th book of the series!

    Do you know how many people pay Ghost Writers to actually write their books? I think this model is more honest than people who pay somebody else to write their books and then take the credit.

  • Laurie Dupar

    Reply Reply April 22, 2015

    Hi Trevor! Appreciate the comment and absolutely agree that your concerns might be true in some cases. With this being our fifth book in the ADHD Awareness Book Project series, our contributing authors are some the best and brightest in the ADHD community! And just in case… I personally pay a team of professional editors, proof readers, copywriters and marketing experts to make submissions shine and create the momentum necessary for all past editions to reach #1 in Amazon.com the day the books were launched. Happy to send you a copy ~Laurie Dupar

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