Book Talk Stop Interview about Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House

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Book Talk Stop | Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House by Nika Beamon

12/23/2014

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Book Description: Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House is the tale of a Nika Beamon’s quest to find the correct medical diagnosis after years of getting false assessments. This frank and engaging story takes the reader on journey through her various hospital trips, and procedures, as well as her feeling and emotions that are as real as they are raw.

BTS Q&A


What was your biggest challenge writing Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House?
The biggest challenge writing this particular book was laying my emotions bare on the page so that the reader would not only know what I went through but could feel it too.
Which character do you think the readers will love to hate and why?
I believe readers will love and hate the character Bryce. He was my chief supporter during my illness, as well as a great source of emotional pain. I think realizing that we, as human beings, can be many things at the same time helps to see the fullness of his character.
What is it that you’d like readers to walk away with after reading Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House?
I do hope that readers learn helpful tips to ensure they are getting the best health care possible and that they are aiding those in their life with chronic illness. Secondly, I believe a message of hope and determination will shine through and resonate with anyone picking up Misdiagnosed.
What is a hidden talent or pastime that you enjoy that would surprise others?
When I am not working, which isn’t often, I enjoy volunteering my time to various charities and mentoring programs. I suppose the other thing I like to do which is odd is my love of ventriloquism.
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