Oklahoma City author Gary Bulmer will be hosting a book signing at Full Circle Bookstore, located at 50 Penn Place in Oklahoma City on Friday, May 15 from 3 to 5 p.m.
His book is titled, “Compassionate Side of Compromise.” Bulmer hopes that others can start a dialogue of explanation, exploration or transparency of traumatic brain injury based on the stories he shares of his own recovery. The book also features Bulmer’s paintings, a hobby he developed based on his doctor’s advice.
“While the brain injury itself may have only happened to one, it can impact every dynamic of everyone around,” Bulmer said. “The purpose of this book is to help those who have found themselves on a journey of brain injury recovery. It is also intended as a discussion tool for survivors, family and friends.”
By reading stories of how even the simplest of activities has been altered by Bulmer’s brain injury, other survivors can choose from a collection of more than 100 short stories in his book that may resemble an experience or emotion they are experiencing. These stories are intended to start conversations around traumatic brain injury recovery.
Full Circle Bookstore is located at 1900 NW Expressway.