Maya's Happy Place

A multiple food allergy kid grows up.

My Book, 'Invisible Disability'

I know I have been M.I.A. for a number of reasons. I’ve been writing my baby. 

I thought I bared my soul on my blog quite a few times…apparently not. There is nothing quite like writing words that you know someone somewhere is going to hold in their hands and quietly hear in the pit of their soul.

I know when I’m holding a book, I immerse myself into it like it is my life….and for those blissful, tormenting and sometimes terrifying hours, it is. And when its over, a part of me feels like it dies right along with that last page.

I want the world to understand food allergies in a way they never did. I want people who don’t understand this whole gluten ‘trend’ to know what I and many others go through if we are exposed to it. I want to terrify, uplift and cause a stir.

Some of you might not like what I have to say. Others of you will feel redemption. Some of you might criticize and be outraged. I am going to expose and shine a light on many various topics that might make you uncomfortable, but are absolutely necessary.

I hope you will all join me in reading about my journey. There is not much more I can say, except that every word typed onto those pages came from a little girl, “a peanut allergy kid” who is now thirty-three years old and doing her utmost to survive, thrive and help as many people as possible with brutally honest memories and experiences.

Here is Invisible Disability, which comes with a 45 day money-back guarantee!

4 responses to “My Book, 'Invisible Disability'”

  1. Sounds great…cant wait for its completion!

  2. Anon,Thank you so much for the encouragement and support!! Its been a rough couple of weeks, which I will talk about very soon and def will include in the book as well.Thank you for stopping by and stay tuned!

  3. I don't even know you, but I feel like I do! Thank you for posting helpful information I wouldn't be able to find anywhere else. It's hard trying to live with these allergies, but at least we have support.

  4. Thank you, Amanda, that means the world to me….it is def not easy, but with support, its definitely manageable.

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