Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.


July 2022

Do a Little Dance

My Mom was a colourful and effervescent person. She shined more brightly than anyone I have ever known and expressed unapologetic interest in things that propelled her down less travelled paths. She was in a coven, painted banners for the... Continue Reading →

A Third Look Into the Pages of Tiger Lily

This week, Jane Cornwell and I shared our third sneak peek into our forthcoming book, "Tiger Lily"! We hope you enjoy it! "Tiger Lily" will be released on 19, August in paperback and digital formats, and is available for... Continue Reading →


2 years and 2 days ago, my first book, "Things My Mother Left Behind", published by the incredible Potter's Grove Press, was released into the world. I was, have been, and continue to be, both grateful for the support and... Continue Reading →


When I was 33, I really wanted a black cat. I searched the shelters and found a little boy, but he was sick and I was told I had to wait to adopt him. He died not long after that,... Continue Reading →

Tiger Lilies, Dark Winters and Waking into a Dream

It seems every time I open my blog in the past couple of years, it is full of cobwebs and I feel the need to apologise for my absence, but then realise my absence doesn't really matter. Life in the... Continue Reading →

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