Endometriosis Author Ania G Launches Crowd Funding Campaign


Endometriosis Author, Speaker, Psychologist  Ania G launches Crowd Funding Campaign on Pubslush to help her translate her book into 5 languages.

Visit Endometriosis Author, Speaker, Psychologist Ania G’s Pubslush Crowed-funding campaign here.

What new author survived the largest nuclear disaster of our time  ̶  Chernobyl, Is also a survivor of Endometriosis along with 175 million women globally and is  translating her book about Living Well with Endometriosis into 5 languages? Meet Author Ania G from Poland now residing in Seattle, WA. Endometriosis Author, Speaker and Psychologist, Ania G is helping women everywhere live well with endometriosis.

 

Ania G says, “In 2014 it does not make sense for a woman to have to wait 10 years for a diagnosis. This is too long, and these women are suffering and many of them have a shrink because their families think they are crazy. Too many women suffer in pain and silence and have no idea what is wrong with them. My crowd-funding campaign launches this week and I’m hopeful to raise awareness and the funds I need to translate my book into Russian, Polish, Lithuanian, French and German.
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It’s not hard to imagine launching a crowd funding campaign in today’s Internet world.  Kickstarter, indigogo and Pubslush have become household names synonymous with start-up ventures, book launches and non-profit kickoffs. What makes this crowd-funding campaign so unique is the topic affects so many women globally. Famous celebrities like Susan Sarandon, Whoopi Goldberg, and Padma Lakshmi all suffer with Endometriosis and have all shared their stories publicly.

Ania G Crowd-funding Campaign on Pubslush

Enodmetriosis Author Speaker Psychologist Ania G shares her story with 175 Million women globally who suffer from Endometriosis. Her new book Alone in the Crowd – Living Well with Endometriosis is being published by BEYOND PUBLISHING in Las Vegas, NV and is currently being translated into: German, Russian, French, Polish and Lithuanian.