Richard, I am speaking from general knowledge only–nothing expert. I think the radio interview is a good idea. Getting to the public is always the goal. Unfortunately, you don’t have a publishing company to market for you. However, another approach may be to sketch out an article to send to a few diabetes magazines. One at a time, of course! Forecast is not the only one! A quick search found Diabetes Monitor, Diabetes Self Management, Diabetes Health and a couple others. Something like “Ten Things I Learned about Living with Diabetes for 64 Years.” That is kind of a long title but you get the idea. Oh, the reason for the article is that they will have to identify you as “author of …” !! And some will buy it!
Also, you will sell at least one more book. Even though I read it on the discussion group, I find it interesting enough to buy - after Easter doings. One of my brothers was diagnosed at the age of 4 in, I think, 1936 or 37. My family was on a rural farm and off the beaten path. He was lucky to be sent to a Memphis hospital to get started on insulin. He did not survive past the age of 38 though. I only mention this because I think your story of home life brings back a lot of memories to those of us in the older age brackets! And should be of interest to those who only know computers and iPods.