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Author Tyler Oberheu Writes a Captivating Memoir

His book narrates his life struggles with Tourette’s syndrome and triumphs.

Orland Park IL USA – WEBWIRE

Not every writer gets a chance to have others read their story, I am beyond grateful for this ability.

Author Tyler Oberheu publishes his memoir “Twist & Shout: An Awkward Life with Tourette’s” (ReadersMagnet; 2019). The author’s book is the abridged version of his first work, which was published in 2014.
In his book, Tyler originally intends to write it as a journal yet he modifies his work to become more inclusive. His original composition was published by a different company but as years went by, it got out of business. So, Tyler republished his book through ReadersMagnet to revive newfound philosophies and visions.
He also recounts his experiences being diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome, taking in five different medications, and enduring derealization due to his body’s reaction to prescriptions. However, what he doesn’t include in this book is praising himself or hailing himself as a hero.
Tyler’s book also shares the lives and stories of others, too, that prove to be handy and entertaining for the readers at the same time. Delve into more lighthearted stories of Tyler Oberheu when he joins the 2019 Miami Book Fair International on November 17-24, 2019. This amazing gathering takes place at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, so Tyler is expecting your presence and support. See you there!
“Twist & Shout: An Awkward Life with Tourette’s” is now available at your favorite booksellers everywhere and through online retailers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and eBay.
Twist & Shout: An Awkward Life with Tourette’s
Author | Tyler L. Oberheu
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published Date | July 12, 2019
Genre | Biography & Autobiography
ISBN-10 | 1-949981-73-5
ISBN-13 | 978-1-949981-74-2
Paperback Price | $12.34
About the Author
Tyler L. Oberheu was diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome at age 17. At age 20, he sat and wrote this book every day during the summer of 2014 when he should have been working, but the constant yelling and twitching kind of made that hard. In 2017 he underwent Deep Brain Stimulation to treat his Tourette’s, and today he works within the Special Education Department at a local elementary school.

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 Twist & Shout
 Tyler L. Oberheu
 Captivating Memoir

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