Book recommendations, chronic illness, reading

Book Review: Cull by Tanvir Bush

As an aspiring author, I'm always on the lookout for new authors that inspire me. This book appeared in my Bookbub offerings in February, and I was immediately interested, for obvious reasons. The title and the cover speak volumes. (see pic below) It's disturbing to hear so many stories about disabled people being further victimized… Continue reading Book Review: Cull by Tanvir Bush

music, reading, writing

The World According to Garp and John Prine: Double whammy kismet

It's strange how you make a simple choice, then the universe sends you signs that it wasn't a simple choice at all, there is a reason you made the decision you did. Kismet. In the summer, I mentioned to my husband that I wanted to read The World According to Garp by John Irving again.… Continue reading The World According to Garp and John Prine: Double whammy kismet

Book recommendations, MS, reading, writing

Writing: From Phobia to Freedom

Any writer is a reader first, and I've always been an avid reader. However, when it comes to which books I read, like most things with the monster there are two parts of my life: before relapse and after relapse. Having RRMS, I've obviously had many relapses. I'm talking about the life-changing, brain-frying relapse that… Continue reading Writing: From Phobia to Freedom