Oh..I would go with "fiction", too.
I think aolt of authors do that..ell stories baded onfact, through their fiction.
Both extraordinary type stories, and the regular, "wow" or gossipy stuff..that entertains.
You don;t have to write it alll at once..you can allways pace yourself..do you journal?
Maybe you could go that route.
if you wanted to amke it more non fiction..you could journal..and then use that as some kidn of metaphysical.."Ain;t this odd/" book like they sell at metaphyscial boostores.
You could name it
"Maybe I'm crazy"
or "my amazing journey through the extraordinary"
or something like that..
you could inckude yiour poetry in that,,,and any drawings you've done
There was a book called, "Mutant Message From Down Under" that came about that way..
Actually, so did the whole "Twilight" series. (which trivializes it an dyets makes the point all at the same time)
I find you intriguing..your story really intriguing (very Terrence Mckenna/Timothy Leary/Robert Monroe/Hunter Thompson..brilliant, unqique and eccentirc in the way that people enjoy and vicariously, blah, blah,blah)..and I if I do..I know there's an audience because I am pretty good at reading that kinda thing
It doesn't have to be a book that is all linear..
it could be more free form
anyway just throwing ideas at yah
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