Looking for co-author for book #66 “William Jiang and the Gammacore”

I am looking for a established author to partner with me on my 66th book tentatively titled William Jiang and the Gammacore. It will be a biography detailing how I was the first medical researcher that effectively used VNS brain stimulation to treat severe, life-threatening Multiple Chemical Sensitivites in 2016. Partnering with a good writer will hopefully bring more life and attention to the project and free me up to work on book #67, my 5th Edition of The Medical Libarian’s Guide to Natural Mental Health. I want fun and laughter from this collaboration, I’m a pretty funny and social guy. Ideally, my co-author will write with the controlled passion of a poet- an epic, storytelling poet. I feel that a write that can “produce” we should have a great first draft within a month.

I have sold 8,500+ books as of February 2018 and I feel that this will a book that will go stellar. Why? MCS is not yet an illness recognized by the American Medical Association, yet little old me not only understood the neurobiology deeply enough to effectively treat it amazingly well, but also this will be a extremely visceral book that is almost certainly destined for the silver screen. God willing, this will my first book that will sell 1+ million copies.

I am currently looking for a big author who already well-connected with whom I enjoy working. I have 4,000 words I am looking to lead the book with, you can see a sneak peek here on Google Drive to get a flavor of what I am up to. I am envisioning a short but powerful book of about 50,000- 60,000 words that will involve me telling my co-author my stories, possibly over Skype, while answering questions along the way.

Not only does this book include the pretty amazing discovery of how I was the first in the world to treat MCS, but also, I have two beautiful and amazing romantic love interests in the tale. I survived grave danger from being under the care of a talented but misguided psychiatrist who put my very soul in danger from homicidal and suicidal rage due to the multi-billion dollar drug he has blind faith and will not take me off of. I eventually had to risk my life to go against medical advice to leave his care, floating between psychiatrists when I do believe in the power of psychiatry well-practiced. It was a very ironic and potentially deadly situation.  I also have a warning about the science behind of many of the newer atypical antipsychotics that expounds on their very psychopharmacology as a possible largely unrecognized source of danger for millions who take them. Finally, I want to move to Medellin, Colombia or Spain due to my love of the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking ladies.

In terms of royalties for this book, they will be divided down the middle 50-50. Sounds like a good project? I invite you to contact me, Mr or Ms Wordsmith! Hasta luego!

 

See Author William Jiang, MLS quoted in the
NEW YORK TIMES

 

William Jiang, MLS is currently the Author of 63 books, including the bestselling books Guide to Natural Mental Health , 3rd ed and his critically-acclaimed autobiography A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope. You can see a selection of his books about mental and physical health nicely laid out on his blog at http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net

 

 

Amor my Armor (Love mi Armadura) and The Poet of Washington Heights- A Kindle Book of Poetry and Prose

I wonder if you knew in addition to writing many books about mental and physical health,  I also write poetry and literary prose? I invite you to check out The Poet of Washington Heights a Kindle book of poetry and prose! Top Amazon Reviewer Grady Harp said “Full of love and introspection and sharing of his philosophy, this is a book to read slowly and absorb. Grady Harp, March 16” The book has 5 reviews with 4.6 Stars to date. To give you a taste of my poetic style, I include a poem below to the love of my life, mi amante! I love the poem so much because we wrote it together in Spanish, and it still holds much meaning to me. I do hope you will enjoy a glimpse into my heart through my words.

By Mi Amor and William Jiang
In this harsh world,
My wardrobe would not be
Complete
Without
You. – My Love
Neruda, Cervantes, Marquez,
Were right.
The light in your eyes
Gives strength to my heart.
Every heartbeat
Shudders my soul.
My heart leaps to hear
The sound of
Your voice.
The poets are well aware of the power of
Love.
This is because almost all the songs
Refer to this sentiment.
With love, we can capture eternity
In one short second.
As Don Quixote put on his armor,
To fight dark feelings.
You defend me with your arms.
Without you I feel like one hundred years of solitude.
While you bury your head
From your brown eyes that glow in
My gray eyes.
I see you.
Beauty is said to be in the eye
Of the beholder.
There is reason you
Are in my eye,
And, you make me smile hard and hot.
You’re my steel flower in battle,
My armor
Against
The night.
I love you.
Thank you.

 

See Author William Jiang, MLS quoted in the
NEW YORK TIMES

 

William Jiang, MLS is currently the Author of 63 books, including the bestselling books Guide to Natural Mental Health , 3rd ed and his critically-acclaimed autobiography A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope. You can see a selection of his books about mental and physical health nicely laid out on his blog at http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net

Collected quotes from William Jiang, MLS

Money makes the world go round; yet, the love of money is the root of all evil.

‘Tis better to be feared than loved; yet, love conquers all.

The Romans loved their games. When the Senate wanted to mollify the masses, the floor of the Colosseum was soaked by more gladiator blood than usual, to distract the mob from their troubles. By the way, how about those Yankees?

Life explained in a nutshell: Kim Kardashian. An important person. Republicans. Good, down to earth folk anybody would be lucky enough to drink a beer with. Democrats. Fucking liberal faggot loving scum. Fox News. It’s the news.

Murder. Rape. Murder. Rape. Cat up a tree. Murder. Rape. Murder. The weather. Sports. Think about it. This is your local media news all day everyday in the good old USA. The local news is important. Now. Did I miss something?

Remember, blowhard, use your indoor voice indoors.

Shut up. Notice your thoughts as they cross the screen of your mind’s eye. Do not judge. Be impartial. Let them come and go, from nothingness to nothingness. Notice the miracle of your own breath. Know that with breath there is hope. Let go of the future. Let go of the past. Be at peace. Live now, because this moment is all we really have. Carpe diem. Seize the day.

Love. A life without love is empty. It is better to be a poor happy man who is loved and cherishes his life than to be the lone miser who counts his piles of pennies. Cash is cold comfort. You cannot take it with you when you go.

Think for yourself. If you can think for yourself my words are probably merely a reminder of your way of being. If you cannot, you probably don’t realize it anyway.

You are not alone. If  you feel lonely, realize that no one is truly alone, we are all connected to each other by an invisible web of energy and we give each other’s lives meaning  as we interact. Ubuntu, baby.

 

The essence of Brahma is creation, of Shiva, destruction. They are inseparable. One cannot exist without the other.

Good cannot be good without the existence of evil. There must be a choice we have to make, or we would be as sentient as plants, growing towards the sun, without rhyme nor reason.

Each of our lives can be likened to a kind of music. There is a beginning, a middle, and an end to each of our pieces. Some people live a rock song. Others Jazz. Yet others, symphonies. Some play badly. Others are virtuosos. Because our lives run the length of years, oftentimes we hit a sour note and hope we can cover it up quickly and hope nobody notices. Some people diligently study, practice, and conform to their sheet music. Others loosely improvise their melodic structures. There are many popular songs on the radio, yet in one hundred years from now, they will mostly be listening to the songs of the age. Much of our music, although timeless, will have been buried by time, waiting for the curious to listen and enjoy the zeitgeist of our age, once again.

There is a reason that when you take an “O” away from good, you have God. There is a reason son and sun are tied in our theology. Amen.

Most of what is important in life is simple. Only a little bit is simply complicated. Don’t waste your time sweating the small stuff. Be wise, prioritize.

Use the brute’s mind against him by telling him you hate what he hates. He will confuse you for his friend.

I hate the word politics because it is derived from the Latin poly meaning many and tics meaning bloodsuckers. The word was coined in the Roman Senate and yet it holds as much truth now as it did then.

William Jiang, MLS is the Author of 63 books, including the bestselling books Guide to Natural Mental Health , 3rd ed and his critically-acclaimed autobiography A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope. You can see a selection of his books about mental and physical health nicely laid out on his blog at http://www.mentalhealthbooks.net or check out his Facebook at Mental Health Books.NET