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Mayday May Publishes Via Her Personal Letters Following a Sudden Spinal Cord Injury

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display_thumbnail Mayday May has published a collection of personal letters that detail life after spinal cord injury aptly titled Letters for Coping, Living, and Advocating after Spinal Cord Injury. The letters serve a duel purpose: to provide information and to be a template for the readers own advocacy efforts. Available for download at

PA (PRWEB) February 8, 2007 — Mayday May shares her personal correspondence to date following her sudden spinal cord injury (SCI) now available on Lulu (, the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

Letters for Coping, Living, and Advocating After Spinal Cord Injury is one person’s account of life after SCI told through correspondence to various people and agencies. The book provides templates for correspondence meant for SCI persons and their caregivers. It is intended as a quasi-memoir for those facing catastrophic injury or illness on how to navigate their new world.

display_thumbnailMayday May decided to publish her letters to ultimately share her experiences with others so they can avoid or manage the pitfalls of living with a Disability. She came to Lulu for a quick and easy way to publish and disseminate the book. Letters for Coping, Living, and Advocating After Spinal Cord Injury is available for purchase at, in a marketplace filled with other unique and wonderful surprises.

Mayday’s Blog:

Mayday May spent the last 10 years as an urban transplant working in publishing and retail industries. Her most recent experience was launching an e-commerce site and brand for a publicly-traded retailer of hipster goods. She graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition that she has serious doubts will ever be put to use. Since her SCI in 2005 she has returned to her small-town roots and began her personal journey into life after and with chronic illness. Her life is decidedly not tragic to her, despite her good looks.

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