In order to begin writing a book you need to have some purpose for writing a book. A purpose greater than yourself. To help make a positive difference in the world, and one in which the reader will benefit from having read your book. I do not believe in writing for therapeutic purposes, this only leads to trouble later down the road, having to explain yourself to others who have read your thoughts wondering if its about them or worried whether or not if they have been mentioned. AA required me to disclose a lot of personal information about myself, in order to maintain membership within their community. After many years of participation I decided to go online, with the understanding that if I loosely followed the steps and maintained sobriety that to the same effect I would heal through that process of disclosure and self-reflection. To my dismay, I was not well received by those closest to me, who I assume related everything to themselves not viewing it from a general sense, that this was a required expression of self, and that this period would pass once the healing process began. Unfortunately I was viewed as there being something wrong with me, and that I was disclosing too much about myself. Which is why now I have taken on a different approach to writing online, and have since received 86,072 Followers on my Hashtag on Facebook this month. I have been working on #MYMOLLYDOLL since 2013, that’s 4 years of writing online to establish a name for myself. My original name was RANDBOCOTIMES. Rand for Rand Paul. BO for Barack Obama. CO for Colorado. And Times for LATimes, my first follower was @latimestot Andrew Malcom of the LA Times.