Archive for September, 2005

People Magazine Meets Brad Cohen

Thursday, September 1st, 2005

People Magazine has written a story on me and my book. It will be in the September 12, 2005 issue which actually hits stores and homes around September 2nd.

Working with People Magazine has been an amazing experience. They were great to work with and really cared about publishing a quality article with good pictures.

The photographer spent over 12 hours with me in my classroom and after school with Nancy and me. Nancy had the opportunity to work with a makeup/hair stylist, and both of us worked with a stylist for our clothes. It’s truly amazing that the photographer took 100 rolls of film of me and they only used 3 pictures. Marc Asnin did a great job taking the pictures and his assistant Rod was good too. Thanks!

I hope you get a chance to read the People Magazine article. I’m very happy with what they did.

Never in my life did I think People Magazine would want my story. I’m grateful to them for helping me spread awareness for Tourette Syndrome, my book, and me!


Brad’s Book is officially on Sale!

Thursday, September 1st, 2005

I am very happy to announce that my book is officially hitting book stores across America. I’m excited to share my story with so many people. You can buy it online or in your favorite book store now. Keep an eye out on my website to see when I might be visiting a city near you!

Thanks to all my friends and family who have supported me over the past 4 years as I have worked to publish a book.

I’m excited for the journey that is ahead of me and I’m even more excited to share my experiences with all of you as we celebrate together!


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"Brad Cohen is a walking billboard for the idea of living positively. He is like a cold drink on a hot day--refreshing, energizing, and likely to put a smile on your face."
Tim Shriver - Chairman of Special Olympics

"I have observed the magic of Brad Cohen in the classroom. He has turned Tourette Syndrome into an asset, and his life into inspiration."
Senator Johnny Isakson, Georgia

"Brad Cohen's story is a triumph of hope, determination, will and relentless good humor."
Peter J. Hollenbeck, Ph.D., Professor and
Associate Head of Biological Sciences,
Purdue University

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