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  • have any of you being to visit your tailor recently to get yourself a new suit fitted, I'm guessing.

  • Probably not, because these days, except perhaps among the elite, we tend to buy a close a standard size off the rack in one of the many retail stores found on the High Street.

  • I'd like you to do something for me.

  • Now can you imagine being a child and coming on a journey with me to the small, independent Taylor John Bookshop, which is situated on Corky ST in the shop, you can select the book off the shelf and find that exciting adventure with characters that are familiar places that you recognize with interesting details woven together with colorful friends of your unique family history.

  • In other words, it's a book designed especially for you by this book.

  • Taylor Standing right here, however, I only write these books for Children whose parents have either passed away well, they've been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and the reason I'm doing this is in order to preserve their family memories.

  • It's like the popular idea of memory boxes, except in the unique form off a fictional literature legacy.

  • I love homemade gifts.

  • You'll often find me at craft fairs as well, because you realize the amount of time and effort that goes into each one, which is similar to what happened when I made my first book post fixing this in Action, which, inspired by a friend of mine who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at the age of 11.

  • She's a dietitian.

  • She loved baking and reading as well, and she wanted the message of the book to be about how we should support and depend on one another in a world that tries to teach us to be independent.

  • There aren't enough Children's books out there with main characters who Children disabilities can relate to.

  • So you've written one about pixies who have a magical ability to be fast and strong.

  • The beginning of my story fits discovers his twin sister, Jody, in, has gone missing, so he has to retrace her steps.

  • Don't cover the truth about strange disappearance on.

  • At first he gets really frustrated thinking she's not trying hard enough.

  • She's not taking a postal duty seriously, and then it gradually dawns on him that she is struggling and feeling tired and not being able to carry and lift heavy objects.

  • So then introduces some of the creative characters in my story.

  • This head choke, who makes all the clothes for the Pixies in the post office burrow the fairies who teach at the school on dhe, the fairies who are shy and seldom seen wheels will have a woodpecker who are surprisingly, is a carpenter, and he makes all the furniture and all of the toys that gets old in the shop.

  • I've named him after my friend's father and her nephew, who's also got Moscow destry on one of my personal favorites, Escrito, who's an artist who loves illustrating books, painting postcards on poor traits.

  • He's also champion Nut Ball Player, which is a favorite sport in the woodland.

  • You can see that it's studios and look that messy at the moment because we're Celtic attempts that penned an invisible intruder.

  • After I finished my book, I gave it to my friend.

  • I thought nothing more of it.

  • I would set a good to chest university to study a master's in psychology on DDE.

  • I've learned a lot from this course, and actually the main thing that's come out of the course for me, was on studying a dissertation on the relapse of recovery.

  • Off mothers who have become unwell after childbirth with psychosis.

  • My dissertation tutor secretly believe that I'm trying to get myself into the Guinness Book of Records for the longest length of time it takes to complete the ethical process.

  • Only 11 months so far.

  • I should have actually handed in the final copy a while ago, but I've been slightly distracted.

  • Actually, I blame the university entirely for this destruction.

  • Please don't tell him I said that.

  • I hope they're not listening.

  • They advertise the students to go on for a business venture competition with business ideas on innocently, I entered thinking I've got nothing to lose.

  • I wasn't expecting it to be a pivotal moment that would change the course of my life and set it on alternative direction.

  • That wasn't part of the plan.

  • I was gonna get my psychology degree and get a job.

  • Full time was selling attached.

  • It just so happens I like that kind of stability.

  • Switching to Bean entrepreneur was something which had never crossed my mind.

  • But the judge is off.

  • This competition had gave me such positive feedback encouragement, but they convinced me not to abandon my idea to help families with many books.

  • And so I set up four social media platforms from scratch a website with a little bit of help at the crowdfunding campaign to raise the funds to get started and put on publish my book.

  • I also did my own marketing and publicity, which involves writing articles on doing a few interviews here and there.

  • I nearly placed the entire operation in jeopardy by my decision to store 2000 books in the spare room in my mom's attic.

  • She's been trying to dispose of them at every opportunity on having a very generous nature has given the way to friends and family.

  • Even the plumber came to fix a leaky tap, went away with a post pixie book.

  • It's still his tip.

  • Not sure what you thought this, but I hope the kids are pleased.

  • One thing that not many people know about me is that I'm dyslexic.

  • You don't come across many dyslexic authors.

  • Actually, it sounds a little bit like a contradiction in terms potentially problematic, although I found that risk could be mitigated by finding an outstanding editor, I also decided to put at this lex it character in my books, a fairy who causes untold mischief and mayhem by getting his spells all muddled up.

  • Which means he never stays in one fairy foster home for very long before this trouble.

  • But perhaps we just need to find someone to give me a chance.

  • So when I was in hospital few years ago, I was recovering after having that my third daughter on DDE I.

  • During this recovery, I returned to my creative roots.

  • You'll notice creativity is the thread that holds the whole presentation together on DDE.

  • The therapeutic benefits on dhe healing properties of watercolor in calligraphy helped me map my journey back to health on.

  • I used lots of inspirational quotes to do this.

  • This happens to be one of my favorite Martin Luther King Jr on it's All about faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.

  • I feel this is very relevant to set up my business of Taylor.

  • John always been going for a while now.

  • I still can't see exactly where it's going to lead new opportunities come each time, and I still have to find a family to write a piece book book for, but I do believe they're out there.

  • And while I'm waiting, I got cracking on my second book, which is more a personal journey for me on dhe.

  • It deals with the topic that I mentioned about in my dissertation, which is postpartum psychosis.

  • Although it's gonna be fictional, I feel it's a story that needs to be cold of guns, called the next book, Mummy's Amazing Rainbow Mind.

  • For several years now, I have to work with the national charity actually postpartum psychosis, and during that time have met the most incredible woman who are team working with online peer support, campaigning for mother baby units on talking to midwives and health professionals about their experience off this childbirth related illness that affects one or two in every 1000 births.

  • On surprise.

  • It's not more common, given that the main contributing factors are stress, trauma hormones and sleep deprivation.

  • After have my third I found I had all these in abundance.

  • There aren't many books written about postpartum psychosis.

  • In fact, Mom is amazingly but mine.

  • Maybe the first Children's book on the topic.

  • They're only a few adult books.

  • I'll just mention briefly.

  • One was a mother's kind of darkness, which is what I read when I came up hospital to understand the illness better.

  • And there's a more recent one by Adele's friend Lord Doctoral who?

  • What have I done again?

  • Which hasn't even been published yet, But I'm looking for a time out.

  • But her experience then Enforcer did a screenplay, which was a comedy called Stitched Up.

  • About two mothers heard postpartum psychosis on was section on the mother and Baby unit.

  • It has been performed down in Oxford, in the theater.

  • There on it will be going on tour now.

  • This one here was a short document she made by incoming him called Irene's Ghost.

  • It was shown to a room full of action in postpartum psychosis.

  • Volunteers who were doing a training course on Dhe doing various workshops.

  • I was included.

  • And I tell you, when we saw the documentary, there was not a dry eye in the house.

  • It was a very powerful moving story where Ian was investigating what had happened to his mother because he's being very young at the time, maybe only a few years old when she passed away and he didn't even know it.

  • The start of the journey, what the illness was cold on.

  • I didn't know either when it happened to me, which is why it feels important to write the story so that more people find out about it.

  • I'm speaking to you about psychosis because I'm not ashamed of my story.

  • I feel it's important to raise awareness about it.

  • Outs challenges stigma, which believe me, still does exist.

  • It's interesting, because I would have to admit that psychosis is not the easiest topic to do about Children's story about, But I do think I found a really interesting way of going about it.

  • So Mother's Amazing Rainbow Mind reveals the beauty of psychosis in several ways.

  • This is partly chiefs of the artwork between mother and son, because I've illicit when I was unwell.

  • Hospital.

  • You've seen that my artwork before and since has bean very detailed, accurate, whereas in hospital streams abstract because my mind was connecting all sorts of, um, thoughts with colors with ideas and names.

  • The thing about sleep deprivation if it when your brain hasn't had adequate amount of sleep, it convey hard to control your thoughts to protect them from wondering a stray.

  • That's why I sleep.

  • Separation has used the form of torture in some parts of the world.

  • You can find that, um, just the seed of truth can end up.

  • You can feel, find yourself an overgrown forest and you get completely lost.

  • And what's worse is nobody knows you there until the confusion, the fear and elation become overwhelming.

  • And then life starts unravel.

  • But not this appears in the Children's story.

  • What happens is the grandfather and his grandson go to visit the mom in hospital and a vase accidentally gets knocked off the shelf and it shatters on the floor.

  • The mind is so fragile what the grandfather does if he sweeps up the pieces.

  • But instead of putting the bin, he takes them home to the shed in his garden.

  • Andi spends weeks painstakingly putting, taking care and attention to put each piece back in its place, gluing it together to restore it.

  • And then he gets silver paint to hide those cracks.

  • I make that far more beautiful than balls before I'm gonna leave you with that image.

  • Thank you for listening.

have any of you being to visit your tailor recently to get yourself a new suit fitted, I'm guessing.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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