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Stories From the Edge of Blindness

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

Month

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! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ6cs9A-bpY "Tiger Lily" will be released on 19, August in paperback and digital formats, and is available for... Continue Reading →

Wish

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 →

Twenty

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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