Thursday, February 22, 2024

Book Tour + #Giveaway: The Corona Protocol by Dr. Paul D. Corona @RABTBookTours


Mixed Fiction- Nonfiction

Date Published: February 20, 2024


In “The Corona Protocol,” Dr. Paul D. Corona, a dedicated medical doctor with profound compassion for human suffering, shares his remarkable journey to alleviate needless pain and misery. With a fervent commitment to relieving the anguish of those who endure unnecessary distress, Dr. Corona reveals a groundbreaking approach marrying modern medicine with the intricate interplay between the mind and body.

Drawing upon his extensive experience as a family physician, Dr. Corona exposes the profound impact of emotional factors on physical well-being. He unveils a deeply rooted conviction that unnecessary suffering is a burden no one should bear. With unshakable determination, he seeks to empower patients and healthcare practitioners to confront mood disorders and related afflictions head-on.

Through “The Corona Protocol,” Dr. Corona offers a comprehensive blueprint for transforming lives by addressing the intricate connection between physiological and psychological well-being. He highlights the pivotal role of family physicians in mental health, urging them to embrace a holistic approach encompassing mind and body.

This enlightening journey traverses the domains of neuroscience, psychology, and medical practice. Dr. Corona shares the keys to unlocking a brighter, more fulfilling existence. Guided by meticulous research and a genuine desire to uplift humanity, he introduces a protocol that transcends conventional treatments.

At the heart of “The Corona Protocol” lies a thorough diagnostic process meticulously crafted by Dr. Corona. With a keen focus on personal and family history, he expertly navigates the unique, sophisticated landscape of each patient's neurochemistry. His personalized approach, rooted in evidence-based practice, seeks to identify the most effective solutions, minimizing the often lengthy and frustrating trial-and-error process.

Dr. Corona’s protocol is a testament to collaboration, uniting medical professionals from various disciplines through a collective effort to alleviate suffering. He challenges the stigma associated with mental health, presenting a pathway to liberation from the shackles of invisible illnesses.

Blending empathy, wisdom, and innovation, Dr. Corona ushers in a new era of healing—one where the mind and body are harmoniously addressed—and lives are irrevocably transformed.

“The Corona Protocol” isn't just a medical guide, it's a call to action for all seeking illumination on the path toward comprehensive well-being. Dr. Paul D. Corona's narrative of perseverance, compassion, and scientific rigor invites readers to join him on an extraordinary quest to reshape the landscape of modern medicine and redefine the boundaries of human healing.

Interview with Dr. Paul D. Corona

    Does writing energize or exhaust you?

    Writing can be both energizing and exhausting. The initial writing part is the energizing part, but the most exhausting part is the editing. I'm a perfectionist so I tend to edit over and over and over again until I'm happy with it, then I give it to the real editor.

    What is the first book that made you cry?

    I read the Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis seven times growing up, the first time when I was very young. I probably cried the first time I read that Aslan was killed. I have read hundreds of books since I have always been an avid reader, but I can't really remember crying when reading a book.

    How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?

    Publishing my first book was very exciting. It took me four years to write my first book, then four more years each for my second and third book for a total of 12 years. Once I started writing 20 years or so ago I knew I had to keep going because I still had more to say. My fourth and fifth books are a bit shorter so they each took me two years to write. My sixth and most current book has taken me about 4 to 5 years to complete, so I have now been writing for over 20 years. Now it's time to take a little break before I write another.

    What do you owe the real people upon whom you base your characters?

    I have been treating patients for over 30 years, so I owe them for all of the exciting stories that have come about by sharing their lives with me. Many of the 30 stories I have written for the recent book are at least partly based on relocations that I have seen and treated.

    Where did your love of books/storytelling/reading/writing/etc. come from?

    I have loved reading since I was very young and fell in love with it immediately. I have been constantly reading books since I was very young and I have never got tired of doing so. I love reading the works of writers who were way better than me at their art and craft.I especially love reading stories.

    What do you like to read in your free time?

    My favorite reading is fantasy novels. Among my favorite authors are CS Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Brooks, Anne Rice, Ayn Rand, JK Rowling,George RR Martin,Suzanne Collins, Gillian Flynn, Veronica Roth, Robert Jordan, Terry Williams,Brandon Sanderson and many others.

    Can you share some stories about people you met while researching this book?

    Since I have had well over many thousands of patients and over 150,000 office visits in my over 30 year medical practice, there are so many stories that it is difficult to narrow it down. The stories I came up with in my new book are either a compilation of multiple patients in one story or some of them are complete fiction that my imagination came up with.

    Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre?  If you write more than one, how do you balance them?

    My first five books were mostly nonfiction, mostly the science and art of my chosen field of practice, which I call Mind-B0dy medicine. There are some stories in my first three books but mostly I discussed the science and art of the type of medicine that I practice. In this most recent block I decided to go a completely different direction since I have such a passion for fiction and reading stories that I decided to try it out. I'm sure glad that I did. This book was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun since I was able to do what I have seen other offers that I admire do. I do not claim to be nearly as good as they are, but I had fun trying.

    How do you begin writing a new book? What challenges come with it?

    I have found that when I decide to write a book I just go for it. I have an outline in my mind but the initial writing part is quick while I try to get as much down on the paper as I can. I know that later on I will go back and edit but I don't think about that when I am first writing. I guess the challenge would be knowing If you have enough material to actually come up with a complete book.The other challenge is to have the stamina to be able to edit, since this is the least fine and most exhausting part of writing.

    Share a place that inspires you to write.

    Most of my writing is done inside my house, however there are a couple of places that I have done a lot of writing and thinking about what I'm going to write. One place in particular is sitting at my Tiki bar in my backyard. My dad built it for me and it is a work of art. The other place in my backyard is a large hammock swinging chair, which is a place that some of the thinking about what I'm going to write takes place.

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Marcy Meyer said...

Sounds like an interesting read.

Daniel M said...

looks like a fun one