Thanks to all those who voted for me!  I won the final phase of the "50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading" contest!  As a result, I will be included in the 9th edition of 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading, scheduled for publication in January 2019.  It turns out that there were only two phases to the contest.  The grand prize winner was somebody else, but, thanks to you, I made it into the top 50.  As a result of my win, I also get the nifty little digital seal below, which I can add to my book's cover, attach to my website, and basically put anywhere else I see fit.   The biggest prize, though, is added marketing credibility, as I am now an "award-winning author"!


Gregory Gene Conrad

A Season in the Life of Gregory Gene Conrad
What does it feel like to have OCD? This is the question at the heart of Gregory Gene Conrad's memoir. This first-hand account offers a brief, but powerful, glimpse of one man's journey inside the world of OCD. More importantly, it contains his day-in and day-out struggles to battle this oppressive monster, regain his freedom, and take control of his life. It is a tale of victory and defeat. It is a tale of endurance and survival. 

Chiefly, though, it is the opportunity to walk in the shoes of a son or a daughter, of a husband or a wife, or of a friend or acquaintance who has been diagnosed with this debilitating and often paralyzing disease. It is the chance to better understand what your loved one is going through and why they do the irrational things they do despite the destructive consequences that they face...and then repeat them over and over again.


 "Gregory Conrad's 31‑day accounting of life with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a journey into trials of despair and sweet respites of redemption. This is a true insider's chronicle of the treacherous inner workings of this oftentimes paralyzing disorder. While it entices the reader deep inside the mind of one with OCD, the author also boldly pulls back enough to invite a deep reflection with him. This is a touching and poignant slice of memoir told with humor, angst, and integrity. It evokes heart and compassion."

—MITCHELL LEVICK, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

"It’s amazing. It’s one of the most profoundly compelling pieces of writing I’ve ever seen."

—DAVE CONGER, Accomplished Author 

“Gregory Conrad takes his readers inside his mind for just 31 days of his life, showing what his thoughts are and why they are reasonable to him while at the same time recognizing that they are the result of his OCD illness. His book shows his daily struggles to develop more self‑awareness and implement the strategies he has learned through years of professional therapy. Some parts are painful and others humorous, but all are written with care and honesty in this captivating narrative.”

—JANE ANDERSON, Retired English Teacher

Enjoy listening to a podcast by "The Author's Show" featuring Gregory and his book.
Gregory Gene Conrad lives in Albuquerque, NM. He is an active member of the LDS Church, and has recently served as a clerk and communications specialist. He has dedicated his life to increasing OCD education and awareness. He is gifted as a Voice-Over Artist and has performed dramatic readings of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.