Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

3 Million Books Sold?

(The very last paragraph is very important, as well as the middle part… info for you)

If I were to tell you that 3 million copies of my book “One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir” has been sold, what would your first thoughts be? Keep in mind that “One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir” is only sold online and is not available in any traditional bookstores (that I know of). Do you think it is possible? Do you think there is enough interest to support such a claim, if I were to make it? Do you think the lessons learned from my life, told in a way which could help millions of people suffering from ADHD, their families, friends and mentors, are worth 3 million copies being sold?

Of course you do, probably much more than 3 million, that’s why you read this. If it wasn’t interesting and worth it, you would have stopped reading this before you even started, much less getting this far. That’s the way my book is and that’s why I wrote it, because, it’s worth it and valuable beyond 3 million copies!

“One Boy’s Struggle” has helped people relate to another person who has lived through the struggles and tragedies of life undiagnosed and diagnosed ADHD. It has helped people learn new coping skills from someone who came up with them from the ground up in order to simply, literally survive. “One Boy’s Struggle” has also helped relatives and friends better understand us. Consider ADDer World, because ADDer World is an extension of my book.  No matter how challenging the circumstances may be, there is a way to overcome, a positive way can be found, there is light at the end of the tunnel – that’s what my book is ultimately about. It was written for me and for you. I am humbled and grateful that our story has spread so far and wide. We all relate. In point of fact, we can all learn from each other, that’s why I created ADDer World.

Have you read my book yet? Is it on your nightstand or bookshelf read and ready to be shared? If so, please do not keep it to yourself, many, many more people should read it and benefit from it.

Please, feel free to pass it on! Or better yet, order it for a loved one, friend or mentor. If you take the time to pass it on, it will spread and my hope of spreading awareness and insight into our realities will be realized. Does that seem too improbable to you? Or too overwhelming of a possibility? I didn’t think so. Especially if you take part and help, here’s how:

Please get yourself a copy, read it and then loan it out and pass it on… I very much encourage the free sharing of my book “One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir” from person to person and groups to groups… If you have another idea of how to help spread “One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir” so that schools, support groups and individuals get it into their hands, please share that with me – I know you have great ideas, that’s what ADDers do! We are the best at coming up with new ideas and best of all, if you would like to do something on your own, let me know! I need both your assistance and your ideas!!!! (Yes, there may eventually be an e-book)

Thank you!


P.S. If you have a blog (doesn’t have to be only an ADHD blog), you can already help spread the word – talk about it, ping back, post it, link to it, lots of things… only if you want to!

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