Mental Note LLC,
Sharon A. Lewis, Ph.D.


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Sharon started writing in high school as a student at the Philadelphia High School for Girls.


Sharon self-published the books in 2016 on Kindle Direct Publishing, which is an Amazon subsidiary.


Sharon incorporated Mental Note LLC on 2/3/17.


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Sermons from the Floor

I wrote this book

I wrote this book while experiencing a few life-style modifications. I was going through a divorce and an illness. I was totally out of my league and over my head dealing with lawyers and living on my own after a 23-year marriage. I alienated my kids by allowing them to think that I was divorcing them and not simply dissolving a marriage. I had no support system physically around me. But God. He had me studying the Bible more than I ever had in my life. This book composed of 12 chapters with 2 concentrating on the Book of Job is the wonderful result. 

Consequences of Untreated Bipolar Mania


"Consequences of  Untreated Bipolar Disorder Mania" is a book where I identify seven attributes that are like stair steps leading to destruction for anyone who remains untreated. The 7 attributes include: depression, hypomania, complete mania, financial ruin, sexual promiscuity, introduction to the penal system or extended unemployment and religiousity.  



"Psychosis" describes mental and psychological abuse. 



"At the Hem of His Garment"  365-Day Daily Devotional

my favorite scriptures

my favorite gospel songs

Making Bricks without Straw


I wrote this book starting my second year of graduate school after my Manic Depression (Bipolar Disorder Mania) diagnosis. This is the first book that I wrote. I was overwhelmed with the rigors of grad school, commuting, raising children, being a wife, teaching, research, and walking on water. This book has a wonderful ending in that I defended my dissertation and received a Ph.D. in Biochemistry/Chemistry. This happened after my major professor told me that I would get my degree over his dead body. 

I've Been Patient, and I've Been Kind! Also, I've Been Patient, and Not Too Kind!


These are fun books. They contain letters, columns that I wrote for the National Alliance on Mental Illness North Oklahoma City/Edmond, OK chapter, and my experiences as an associate professor at a university.

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"At the Hem of His Garment" $12, postage, taxes

365-Day Daily Devotional

#All the Books of the Bible 

#Book of Ezekiel

#Jesus' Miracles

#Elijah's Miracles

#Elisha's Miracles



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"Sermons from the Floor" $8.00, postage, taxes




#Talking with God

#Real Life Application

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"Making Bricks without Straw" $8.00, postage, taxes

#Graduate School 



#Bipolar Diagnosis 


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"Consequences of Untreated Bipolar Mania" $8.00, postage, taxes

#Bipolar Disorder



#Mental Illness

#Seven Attributes Identified

#Five People Addressed all 7 attributes

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"$Situations$" $8.00, postage, taxes


#the Silent Killer, 


#Survival Skills

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"Psychosis" $8.00, postage, taxes


#Mental Illness


#Mental Games


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"I've Been Patient and I've Been Kind!" $8.00, postage, taxes

#water therapy is good for the soul

#Let me help you understand

#Speak on it

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"I've Been Patient and Not Too Kind!" $8.00, postage, taxes


#Crazy Student - 1 & 2

#Clean Hands/Clean Heart

#life of an associate professor of chemistry

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The Woman With An Issue of Blood-The Next Book

#Auto-Immune Hemolytic Anemia

#Red Blood Cell Count


#Bone Marrow Aspiration

#CT Scan



#High Blood Pressure Meds-ACE Inhibitors versus Diuretics 


#Liters of Blood from Blood Bank without the IgG Antibody

#Hazmat Suit

Book released-"At the hem of his garment" Daily devotional-November 11, 2018

Writing and publishing this devotional took a little over 365-days. I approached this devotional knowing that I was going to discover verses that I never heard, and knowing that I would certainly have a deeper revelation of God’s greatness. I fully expected to enlarge my relationship with Him. I wanted to read the Bible in a committed, organized way and assemble all of the scriptures that I had on sticky notes. Experiencing my own highs and lows, this devotional was more for me than anybody. I always write for me, to me, by me. I’ve listened to many pastors who gave the warning that when you set out to do God’s work, a legion of demons devise a plan to “Take you out of this life.” Over this last year I experienced the confidence of Elijah as he prayed at Mt. Carmel to rain down fire to burn up the stones (altar), the wood, the bull, and lap up the water. I was fed by ravens. I collected the daily portion of manna, but got greedy like the children of Israel. I wanted to build a larger barn to hold all my goods. God had to take the goods, and remind me that he said, to go out each morning to get one day’s worth of food. Like Isaac I asked, where is the sacrifice? At times, I was the sacrifice. I had to listen very closely for God to say, ”I will provide the offering.” I prayed for and discovered the ram in the bush. I saw God hang men on a scaffold that they erected in their front yard to hang me. Haman is still alive. I recited Job’s affirmation, “My redeemer lives.” Unfortunately, I had to let some people go because they were about to sell me for 30 pieces of silver. My own demons were at the hem of my garment and, parading around my house. I prayed Paul’s prayer of healing, and heard God say, “My Grace is Sufficient for Thee.” Nathan told King David, “It was you,” and he told me the same thing on a couple of occasions. And like David, I repented asking for a clean heart and a renewed right spirit. I experienced the pain that Samson felt when his eyes were burned out of his head. Unfortunately, I had a few Jezebel moments saying, “If it’s the last thing I do…..!!!!!” Jezebel is on the loose, but fortunately, God is on the thrown, were words spoken by one of my former pastors. Job’s wife said, “Curse God and Die.” I acknowledged, understood, but could not co-sign on her disrespecting God when she uttered the powerful words; however, she knew that only God could have allowed that attack on Job. She knew that Satan was powerless. I don’t quite know if God asked Satan, “Have you considered my servant Sharon?” I would like to think that my blatant mistakes leading to some uncomfortable lifestyle modifications were not the result of a card game between God and Satan. I read King David’s last instructions for Solomon. He wanted to ensure that Solomon had a peaceful kingdom, therefore, some people had to disappear or they were always going to be a threat. At times I felt like Esau instead of Jacob. Eating a pot of stew immediately, unfortunately was more pleasurable and quenched my appetite sooner than waiting for my birthright. When my patience and long-suffering were being tested, I wrote a blog titled, “I am not Joseph, I am not Job, and I am not Jesus.” Then, I was reminded of the nails in His hands and feet. That thought put me on the right track very quickly. For 365-days, I layed At the Hem of His Garment to listen.

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