DIGFAST: the mnemonic that medical students use to diagnose patients afflicted with hypomania.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
Quin Woodward Pu, the authority on all things social and written, has announced the publishing of her second book. Titled DIGFAST, the District’s doyenne will be releasing her next memoir on May 31st at City Tavern Club during a private reception.
DIGFAST documents Quin’s first year in DC, launching her career as a blogger, and finding ways to “hack it” in one of the world’s most powerful cities. The quick read captures Quin’s journey from nobody to somebody, taking readers along for a champagne-infused, scandal-heavy ride all around the Beltway.
Read the first chapter of DIGFAST here.
Distractibility. Indulgence. Grandiosity. Flight of ideas. Activity increase. Sleeplessness. Talkativeness.
DIGFAST: the mnemonic that medical students use to diagnose patients afflicted with hypomania—the mental condition that leaves the afflicted in a constant, elevated state of euphoric consciousness that only just flounders below mania (the crazy people kind).
Now in the first year on her own, Quin must navigate the social world—not to mention the career, relationship, and financial world—of Washington, DC. A diagnosed hypomanic, Quin is quick to love and even quicker to hate as she makes her way as a med-student-turned-blogger in the world’s most cutthroat political town.
Quin will be celebrating the launch of DIGFAST at City Tavern Club—fittingly, a members-only private club in the heart of Georgetown. Host members to her event are Caroline Carr Gould, Kenneth Suarez, Courtney Jane Rosellini, Jonathan J. Harsch, Tania Michelle Taylor, Kishore Thota, and Alex Auman.
DIGFAST will be available on Amazon and Kindle, as well as other local bookstores. The launch party for DIGFAST will be held May 31st. Media inquiries please contact media(at)littleblackblog(dot)net.
About Quin Woodward Pu
Quin Woodward Pu is a memoirist, communications consultant, and a connaisseusse of all things social. She currently lives in Washington, DC, where she is a social media and public relations advisor, and Editor-in-Chief of Little Black Blog. Quin received a Bachelors in English from Vanderbilt University in 2009. While at Vanderbilt, she pursued core studies in the sciences with an intent to attend medical school. Her last minute decision to not attend Johns Hopkins Med and instead become a freelance writer is documented in her breakout memoir, Type A+.