“A Leaf in a Whirlypool” Adaptation Now Available in Paperback.

Madison Sheaffer’s contemporary medical drama available in multiple formats for e-book readers is now in paperback and being sold internationally.
 
RALEIGH, N.C. - March 28, 2013 - PRLog -- “A Leaf in a Whirlypool” Adaptation Now Available in Paperback.

Madison Sheaffer’s contemporary medical drama available in multiple formats for e-book readers is now in paperback and being sold internationally.

The trade paperback version of "A Leaf in a Whirlypool," was published in February 2013 and is now available in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, and Spain.  The e-book version was published back in 2012.

Realizing some of her loyal fans still prefer to hold a warm book in their hands instead of a piece of modern day technology, Madison Sheaffer committed to having her screenplay’s adaptation published in the old school version in an effort to provide even more of her followers, as well as newcomers, with the deeper backstory to her screenplay, “A Leaf in a Whirlypool.”  

Within the pages of this hard-hitting novel are all the gritty truths and details of society’s ills such as bigotry, deceit, fanaticism and the disease, Multiple Sclerosis, that brings life’s harsh realities to the forefront thereby allowing the reader to feel a greater sense of understanding for the characters, their situations and the world in which we presently live.

In 2001, Madison Sheaffer, having spent over twenty years working in the entertainment capital of the world, decided to leave the rat race behind and move to North Carolina.  To everyone’s shock, however, once she arrived she was diagnosed with MS. But, instead of letting it defeat her, she turned some of her own, as well as other’s, difficult experiences into this dramatic and ultimately triumphant story of love, change, and the enlightenment that can come when living with a chronic disease.  

“A Leaf in a Whirlypool,” (http://www.madisonsheaffer.com/adaptations) based on actual events, is a medical drama centering around one woman's hardships and challenges as she makes a last ditch effort to leave her mark on the world before she is completely debilitated by Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  

Multiple Sclerosis is an incurable disease that affects over 400,000 US citizens and 2.1 million people worldwide.  Over 200 people are diagnosed with this disabling disease that terrorizes the body’s central nervous system every week; more than one person per hour.  No two people have the same symptoms.  Some people have no outwardly noticeable issues while others do.  Those afflicted may have anything from numbness in their extremities or trembling; they may have difficulty walking or be paralyzed; they may have blurred vision or be completely blind; they may experience cognitive issues, problems swallowing, or constantly be in extreme pain as well as a host of other symptoms.  While research has been successful in developing medications to help slow down the progression of the disease in some people, to date, there is no cure.  

Madison Sheaffer (http://www.madisonsheaffer.com/) is a full-time writer of contemporary screenplays. Currently, she is working on a comedy titled, “Confessions of a Recovering Lie-o-holic,” and has a two other screenplays in various stages of development.  She is an active member of the International Screenwriter's Association, American Screenwriter's Association, PEN America, the North Carolina Writer's Association, the Triangle Writer's Group and GLAAD.

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Email – pr@madisonsheaffer.com
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