01-18-2012, 11:00 PM #1Registered Member
- Join Date
- Dec 2007
- The Beautiful Eastern Woodlands
Books about People with MS, by People with MS
I've read a few good books this past year written about MS by people who know MS. Some were recommended by this message board. I read Folded Notes and enjoyed the story of a young tennis player who changed her career (successfully) after being diagnosed.
I read Once in Every Generation which is about a music teacher whose star pupil is later diagnosed with MS
I read Blindsided and the second book, Strong at the Broken Places and found helpful and inspiring information in both of these.
And then I wrote my own story, Multiple Sclerosis, an Enigma. I self published it as a paperback and listed it on Kindle. More recently, I have added it as a Kindle title, with a free sample of the prologue and first chapter.
I would love to read here that some of you have taken advantage of the free sample.Will you do that?
Remember, you don't have to buy a Kindle to read a Kindle book ... you can easily download the Kindle reader software to your computer. It's easy, and on every Kindle book page.
Be wellFirst symptoms: 1970s Dx 6/07 Copaxone 7/07 DMD Free 10/11
Ignorance was bliss ... I regret knowing.
Author, Multiple Sclerosis, an Enigma