Take It As An Inspiration was not originally intended to be a book. Originally I was going to publish small e-books in the form of a series based on my story and inspiration. With that plan in mind I had published my first e-book, version 101 a brief overview, which then led to the creation of the book. After the publication of my first e-book, I had began to continue writing along that same manuscript. Two hours had gone by of continuous writing, and at this point I wasn’t quite sure where to cut off at to continue my original plan. I then decided a book would be a better fit. I was no where near a finished book yet, but I knew I could turn it into one. Trial and error was the way of editing and perfecting this book. When all the editing was done I had one long manuscript that which looked like a million words. As I have never written a book before, I wasn’t exactly sure how to turn it into one. I messed around with fonts until I found my favorite, then adding in quotes I feel should be lived by. I believe this book is truly inspirational, and not just because I have a biased opinion as the author. My family throughout my journey to recovery had bought me many books on on a variety of topics, personal motivation, recovery, loving yourself. All of these books were around two to three hundred pages, and I would read about ten. I would have all intentions to read them all, intentions to recover, but my battle would get in the way. Those few pages I had read did not give me what I needed to hear, and the next day I had to continue fighting. This gave me no motivation to continue reading. Take It As An Inspiration is a quick read, and it comes from first hand experience. The writers of those books given to me were written by psychologists, motivational speakers, etc. As they are all knowledgeable on their topics, on recovery, happiness. I don’t know if they’ve been in my shoes, or even shoes like mine. Society in this generation has changed quite a bit, one with experience can truly know. Those books held inspirational words, but it was clear the authors did not know or understand society as a young person would and experience. This book, this journey, this battle has been a huge accomplishment and eyeopener for me. As I fell in love with myself, writing, and spreading the love.