Press Release I Hope Nobody Sees Me, Memoirs of a Teenage Stroke Survivor, by Nicolas Sully is a raw, and at times explicit

depiction, of an inner-city coming-of-age experience, made even more challenging by a debilitating stroke. For Immediate Release – (Elmont, NY. USA – May 1, 2013) In Nicolas Sully’s first book, titled I Hope Nobody Sees Me, Memoirs of a Teenage Stroke Survivor, Nick tells how life changed dramatically after a stroke his 8th grade year. Relationships end, dreams end, but a new life unfolds. Nicolas Sully was a typical kid going to an inner-city school. Nearing the end of his grade year, Nick’s biggest concerns were football, friends and girls. Playing basketball one day in the school gym with his friends Nick gets a headache. Then his voice slurs. When he has difficulty putting on his shoes and vomits in front of a gym teacher, school personnel call the ambulance. Nobody that age expects a stroke - A stroke that will change how the world looks at him, and how he looks at himself. A stroke that will change his relationships with friends, family and all of the people that make up his world. 8th Nick speaks his mind, with raw, and at times explicit depictions, of an inner-city coming-of-age experience. An experience made more challenging by his stroke. Nick deals with the transitions of school, relationships, and youth to manhood, all the while trying to control the emotional roller-coaster ride of a teenage stroke victim.

Media Contact: Nicolas Sully Email: Nsully6@gmail.com

The ebook version of I Hope Nobody Sees Me, Memoirs of a Teenage Stroke Survivor, ISBN 9781622872725, published by First Edition Design Publishing, is available on-line wherever ebooks are sold. The 108 page print book version, ISBN 9781622872718 was published by First Edition Design Publishing and distributed worldwide to online booksellers.

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