Our Client and Author David Thulin

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

David - Another day in the Sun

David Thulin, to me, is representative of a kind of ‘hero’ in a sense.  A father and husband, David has had to face one of the most major trials early on in his young life, when he found himself alert and alive, but deeply entrenched and locked into what the medical profession refers to as,  the ‘locked-in syndrome’, after suffering a stroke.

I hope this work might appeal to you, and many readers around the globe, and hope you might deem this project of your curiosity.   David is a fantastic human being, who decided to ‘live’ his life to the best of his ability, rather than sit back and watch ‘his life go by’.  He is ever the optimist, he is smart and intelligent, and he is also a marketing ‘guru’ as that is what he does best.  He has an extended marketing and promotional campaign planned for all of his books.

Despite the fact that he is wheelchair bound, he is able to get around independently and even drive a motor car.  Nothing will stop David from going the hard mile and how and whatever it takes, to make a success of these booklets. We believe these will not only be read by those in wheelchairs, but by the general public also or whose loved ones are stricken with a similar misfortune, which they can overcome by reading David’s books and book similar out there.  As the tips and advise offered in the contents are a pure joy to read, and which were delivered with good humor and intelligence.  The content will serve as ‘light bulbs’ illuminations, and will have the capacity to make many laugh but more so that they may take this valuable information to heart, and hopefully all who are in a similar situation may get smarter in their approach as to how to live their lives more to the full with the information in hand.

David Thulin’s memoirs about his time recovering from a severe medical crisis during which he suffered two strokes that had initially left him with the ‘locked-in syndrome’ are somewhat chilling, but mostly eye-opening revelations and also heart warming.  “Breaking Out”  is a story of courage and bravery as this hero got on with life and made a sure recovery with all his mental faculties,  intelligence and characteristic wit intact.  The closest books to David Thulin’s stories are titles such as  “A Stroke of Insight” and “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”.

David came to us advising that he had his ‘Breaking Out’ book edited once by an experienced editor in New York at  expense.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Breaking Out by David Thulin (Jan 15, 2013)

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Breaking Out by David Thulin

OTHER PROJECTS BY THE AUTHOR

I deem the Author’s “Handbook for Wheelchair Life ” one of the most eloquent, and informative pocket books written on the subject of a wheelchair life existence, not elusive also to a sufficient amount of good humor which is so typically David’s character, despite its rather serious topic content.

David envisages he will be producing two pocket sized handbooks per annum, offering a bounty of amazing advise, logistics and appealing Wheelchair psychology to make life for the victims who have ended up in a wheelchair for life, easier and much more manageable, but more importantly shall offer hope that life is still great albeit somewhat more cumbersome, as they make their transition into a new life bound to wheelchair living.

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