This memoir from John Kaniecki explores his experiences with bipolar disorder in order to educate others on mental illness & remove the stigma behind it.
Online PR News – 10-May-2017 – Sumrall/Mississippi – About the book:
There is MORE than the MADNESS.
This book gives readers a glimpse into the life of someone living with bipolar disorder. It’s not a clinical book filled with facts and figures, but rather a book of humanity.
“More than the Madness” explores the many facets of Kaniecki’s life, including stories of abuse, experimentation with drugs and alcohol, inpatient stays on psych wards, a night in jail, hitchhiking across America, and his time in a third world country. Through it all Kaniecki gives the reader a personal glimpse into his life as a manic depressive. His stories are sad, shocking, and often funny as he shares his antics while at his most manic and delusional.
Throughout his journey, Kaniecki also struggles with his faith in God, and “More than the Madness” serves as a testament of one man’s journey to grow closer to God while gaining a better understanding of himself.
Kaniecki wrote his story to help educate others on mental illness and remove some of the stigma associated with it. It is his hope that readers will get to know the person behind the diagnosis: take away the labels and meet someone's son, friend, and husband. See that there is More Than the Madness.
This memoir is now available in audiobook format for just $17.46, with narration by Tom Kruse. No matter where you choose to listen—while driving, walking the dog, or taking a lunch break at work—you’re sure to be touched by Kaniecki’s incredible story.
“More than the Madness” is also available as an eBook ($2.99) or paperback ($14.99). Please contact Kristi at firstname.lastname@example.org to request review copies or to receive exclusive author interviews, notice of new releases, and cover reveals.
Dreaming Big Publications is a publishing company on a mission to reach more people on a global level by publishing books that educate and advocate for mental health and social justice issues. Our main focus is nonfiction—self-help, memoirs, and books written for professional mental health providers—but we publish fiction as well and enjoy anything that is a good, fun read, including fantasy and sci-fi.