Here at BookFuel, we strive to help authors publish high-quality, professional books, and Dr. Mark Weissman is no different. Weissman recently published his memoir, BRAINSURGEON, about how his stroke impacted his life as a respected surgeon. The book has been met with great success in the short time that it has been out and we have no doubt he will continue to garner more praise, for it’s a wonderful book.
We’re not the only ones who think so, though. Weissman was recently featured in a full-length profile by the Wasau Daily Herald. You can read the full article here and learn more about the book below.
Congrats Dr. Weissman!
A young child is fortunate to find his true “calling,” which has led him to the pathway of an MD degree and ultimately, a career as a well known and published neurosurgeon. Life, at the speed of light, when working in the world of neurosurgery, can be joyous, humorous and very alone. We make plans and as the cliché goes, “We pray and GOD laughs”. At the age of 63, this physician became a patient, after he sustained an acute stroke. This is a story of finding our way when lost and chasing for the highest dreams at the top of any mountain summit. This is also a journey of faith, belief and most importantly, love.