Janice Hall Heck

Finding hope in a chaotic world…

Ten Tips for the A.D.D./A.D.H.D Writer

Chaplain Bob Ossler has A.D.D., but he also had a heart-rending story to tell. This blog tells how Bob and I worked together to produce this multi- award-winning book.

Bob Ossler, Chaplain

How does a person with ADD or ADHD end up writing a book?

Don’t these children, teens, and adults with ADD/ADHD have difficulty completing

Don't Give Up Will we ever finish?

projects?

Don’t they jump from project to project based on their rapidly changing interests?

Aren’t they inattentive, distracted, and perhaps annoyingly active?

How do they sit still long enough to write a multiple award-winning book?

What happens when the ADD person gets overwhelmed and maybe discouraged, wondering,

“Will we ever finish this book?”

We finished our project….and now we have multiple awards.

Strategies to Get You Over the Finish Line

Here are some strategies that Bob Ossler and I used to write Triumph Over Terror, a book about Bob’s experiences at Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in September of 2001. Bob Ossler had a story in his head and heart, but he couldn’t get the…

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