Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
I would suggest beginning the book with About the Author. This would make the reader more sympathetic to some differences in ordinary writing such as using several verb tenses in a paragraph, the lack of or interesting flexibility in punctuation.
Another suggestion would be to divide this work in Book One, written by Ruisi, and Book Two, written by the medical specialists. The former tells a poignant story during the prodromal stage of the illness. The latter is a detailed medical exposition about Alzheimer's disease and findings about its diagnosis, prognosis and still underdeveloped treatment. Both sections are written in very different styles and languages -- one understood by most, the other understood by those familiar with medical lore.
1. When did you start writing, professionally?