The Pill Diary
The Pill Diary is a new book brought to you by award winning illustrator and designer J. Andrew World. In dealing with any illness that is treated with medication, there are side effects. However difficult it is, you must work with your doctor to find the right balance of medication. This book is a tool to bring that balance to your life. Now with The Pill Diary, you and your caregiver can work together to determine what works and what doesn’t work. This book is in a diary format and is 365 pages long, so it is good for an entire year.
J. Andrew is trying to see if there is a market for this book by taking pre-orders. If he has enough orders, then he will invest into making it available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Borders so this product can be enjoyed all around the world.
So if you or a loved one could benefit from this product, please order The Pill Diary now, for only $20, and help being this project to the market place and into the hands of people who could use such a book.
Order deadline is November 2nd, 2007. The books should arrive around the first of December. If you want the book shipped to you shipping is extra, $5 for the first and $2 for each additional book., J. Andrew will make arrangements for you to pick up your copy to avoid shipping costs. Any questions, please e-mail email@example.com
Snow In Summer · 15 years ago
As a potential customer, I would like to know what makes this book worth the $20 (plus shipping) as opposed to a $5 blank book or daily calendar I could pick up anywhere?
Here are a few reasons:
1) The average blank journal are 50 to 160 pages, if you went that route then you would be back up to the same price.
2) They aren't designed my me. This comes with an elegant cover illustrated by yours truly.
3. You are supporting the independent artist. Currently, my income consists of Freelance jobs and what money I make from the swag I sell Online. Besides, wouldn't you want to do your part to keep her from starving?
We already can't afford to buy her a real hat!
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 15 years ago
Are the pages blank? Does each page have the date? Is there a form that you fill in blanks for each medication?
Each page has a day, place for "how I felt today" and "pills and times of day" and a place for notes.
Snow In Summer · 15 years ago
Excellent. I was actually curious & not being my snippy self. I'm wrapping up the stage where relatives are getting older & they're on all kinds of pills (and creams and some unmentionables). I thought this would be a great idea to help keep track of everything both for them & their caretakers.
I shall pimp it mightily... if only to get the little one a real hat & something other than a hanger to play with. :-D
I compleatly agree. I designed it for my wife, however her mother could use it as well, except for the fact that she can't at the stage she is at, however this is ideal for older people. I hope this idea catches on, because, lets face it, often people on medication don't talk to their doctor until they see how it affects them. If they write it down, then if they don't see the side affects, then the doctor will.
J. Andrew World · 14 years, 11 months ago
Here is a preview of what a page in the book looks like. As you can see, you will have plenty of space to write what you need.
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