Writing "Living Life to the Fullest"

Writing 'Living Life to the Fullest' was one of the easiest books I’ve written out of all of them to date. The idea came randomly to me, I was watching something and it dawned on me that I’ve never written a book about living life to the fullest. The book title took a bit to think of honestly but it came to me when I formulated the characters.


There were for sure going to be two main characters in this book and I felt a man and a woman would be the way to do it. Formatting it took a moment to think of because how I originally was going to write it didn’t feel right or sound right so I scraped it quickly. The way it’s formatted in the published version is way better and hopefully you all have read it or will read it. 


I don’t want to give away too much of this book but by the book title, it should give you an idea of what the story is about. In a nutshell, two people with separate stories find out the day they’re going to die and spend their last few weeks of life, ‘living life to the fullest.’ We tend to take life for granted and this book is a reminder to not do that. Cherish every moment, spend time with those you love and don’t take people for granted. 


Writing the characters, notes and story lines for these two main characters literally took me 30 minutes. It sounds crazy but it’s the honest truth. I wrote the book in 2 days and formatted it for publishing in a few hours. This was a book where the ideas came to me so easily and writing it, it flowed and I was thankful for that. The reason why I say that is this book really wasn’t on my list of things to write.


The feeling of this book will have you on an emotional rollercoaster of floating. You’ll feel with these characters, you’ll relate to them in some way and somewhere along the lines you’ll hope the story ends good. Let’s just say you’ll be thankful for life a little more by the end (hopefully).


Living Life to the Fullest is available on Bookpatch and all other bookstores!


Be good everyone and go accomplish your goals!


Jamell Crouthers


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