My book… coming this August!


I am writing a book called “Life Can Still Be Good – Despite Difficult Challenges” which is a memoir and more.

I want to share my story (and more) in hopes that it can help people.

I started writing it in the early part of the pandemic, thinking that I really want to get my thoughts out there before COVID-19, or something else, ends my life on earth and sends me to heaven.

August 23, 2022 will be the 25th anniversary of the day I became paralyzed, and it is the day I plan to release my book – one way or another.

I try to take nothing for granted and realize tomorrow is not guaranteed for any of us. So here’s the plan…

Good Lord willing, I will be able to finish writing my book in the next few months and self publish it on Amazon. That is my intention. But if something happens to me before I publish my book, I have scheduled a blog post (on this blog) for August 23, 2022 to release what I have written thus far. Every time I add or update a chapter, I update the scheduled blog post with a downloadable PDF file of my latest version.

My 25th anniversary seems appropriate. I don’t want to wait any longer, even though my book will not be 100% perfect. I could waste more time chasing perfection and pursuing publishers, but no thank you, I would rather make what I have available. I am not perfect, and my book does not have to be either. But I do think it will help some people by sharing things I have learned, or perhaps by giving hope through my story that life can still be good, despite difficult challenges.

My love to all – God bless!


William A. Miller, BSBA, ME
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 255 High Bowling Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
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About billgator97

I started this blog to highlight how wheelchair users, especially power wheelchair users, are being empowered through sport, in particular: dynamic wheelchair bowling. It's actually bowling that emulates the able-bodied bowling process, i.e. setup, then physically approach and release the ball upon stopping short of the foul line. I happen to be paralyzed from my neck down, and ventilator-dependent, yet I've actually bowled 24 legitimate games of 200 or better. I say that NOT to brag, but to show what is possible and make the point that ANY wheelchair user who can safely operate their chair, they can bowl (I helped invent a device that makes it possible). Please look around and feel free to ask any questions! Thanks and God bless!
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