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The future of J. Peters and the next book

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There is no mistaking it!

The Revisionist the third installment in the J. Peters series has run into excessive costly delays, and is now, fully stalled.

J. Peters

This is not writer’s block. The story is simply unfinished. J. Peters life has not run its course yet, and the narrative around his recovery has not yet been completed in the natural world. Until then, future work will take a giant course correction. Some might call it a tectonic shift, others might say it’s the long-overdue direction in Peters books.

Without further delay, I am here to reveal the next book in the J. Peters series: “Wales High School: First Diagnosis”. This book will shake the very foundation of young adult nonfiction literature. This book will also get underneath the root of Small Fingernails, elaborating on the urgency of J. Peters’s mission to New London University and the new life he sought to establish for himself after his heart-wrenching experience in Wales high school. Wales High School: First Diagnosis will follow the life of young J. Peters in his junior and senior years at Wales high school when the shadow of his mental health disorder first entered his young life and his primary education environment.

The reader will get a first-hand look at Jacques’s attitude in the classroom in Wales High School. From English class to Biology, Jacques Peters’s character will take on new life and meaning for readers interested in how this iconic character became the person who initiated Contesting Admission in University on Watch. Indeed, Jacques will contest admission to classes in this book, petitioning into honors-level classes where he was restricted from due to poor performance as a result of his new mental health disorder and burgeoning social problem which will blossom into full-blown stalking, warranting the attention of Wales police and the psychiatric hospital. Readers should be prepared for joy, hope, grief, and labored panic-stricken horror as this book unfolds and is prepared for the public at large.

About the Author

J. Peters

Max Guttman '08, MSW '12, is the owner of Recovery Now, a private mental health practice. Through his work as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, therapist and disability rights advocate, Max fights for those without a voice in various New York City care systems. He received a 2020 Bearcats of the Last Decade 10 Under 10 award from the Binghamton University Alumni Association.

Guttman treats clients with anxiety and depression, but specializes in issues related to psychosis or schizoaffective spectrum disorders. He frequently writes on his lived experiences with schizophrenia.

"I knew my illness was so complex that I’d need a professional understanding of its treatment to gain any real momentum in recovery," Guttman says. "After undergraduate school and the onset of my illness, I evaluated different graduate programs that could serve as a career and mechanism to guide and direct my self-care. After experiencing the helping hand of my social worker and therapist right after my 'break,' I chose social work education because of its robust skill set and foundation of knowledge I needed to heal and help others."

"In a world of increasing tragedy, we should help people learn from our lived experiences. My experience brings humility, authenticity and candidness to my practice. People genuinely appreciate candidness when it comes to their health and recovery. Humility provides space for mistakes and appraisal of progress. I thank my lived experience for contributing to a more egalitarian therapeutic experience for my clients."

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