Re-Designing Mid-Life. Author, scriptwriter and survivor of Traumatic Brain Injury Tyler Stanley.
Tyler knows what it is like to re-design your life, having to re-create a new self after a near-fatal car accident when she was 17.
Traumatic Brain Injury causing severe damage to her left brain did not stop Tyler from getting her law degree and pursuing her passion as a writer.
Author of Ballad of An Imagined Woman, published in A Women’s Anthology; and co-writer of Monkey Bites, a film produced in San Francisco. J.V. M. appears in Redwood Writer’s Club Vintage Voices and San Francisco Birthday in 2007 of the Writer’s Conference Anthology More Bridges; next San Francisco Birthday, a historic romantic piece published in Vintage Voices Volume II, 2007.
The first solo, Counting the Days, Recovery Through the Romance Side of the Brain was released in 2009. (https://amzn.to/3vT5mAu)
Tyler also wrote and edited; Caregiving in the Comfort of Home 4th edition published February 2014.
Tyler currently is devoted to optioning, a female character-driven murder-romance screenplay. Fire in the Heart a pioneering romantic novel. Churning, a nonfiction account of surviving Traumatic Brain Injury.
Her current book, "Keys." Is special in that it weaves Tyler’s unreasonably, difficult and wild recovery living with TBI from age 17, to her accomplishments and how she did it.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/totallytraum... I need to reword a writers group is posting on it.
Tyler and her dog Kain live in San Diego, CA.
"I am in awe of actors. In this life or after, I hope to write good material so actors can do what they do best to be someone else." - P. Tyler Stanley
Tyler Stanley (2017)
Change and Transformation happen all the time. Be clear about what you want it to look like. Be deliberate in creating a vision for your ideal life.