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MS Madness: A "Giggle More, Cry Less" Story of Multiple Sclerosis


If you do nothing else this week, check out this absolutely awesome book or watch deSousa's you tube videos. She is so down to earth. What a warrior!

And while you are "shopping", take a gander at my new novel. Bombs Bursting in Air debuted this past weekend at the West Virginia Sate Book Festival in Charleston.


The first place recipient of this year's West Virginia Writers book length fiction, BBA (my affectionate abbreviation) hopefully is the first in a news series: The Church of Go. I would like to offer this as a reading supplement for home school curriculum and youth group discussion.

As this is NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), I plan to be very busy, so I promise to do my best to be here on a regular basis. If you know nothing of NaNoWriMo, here is a short synopsis: Write 50,000 words in 30 days.
That's it. That's all. Simple, right? This being my fourth year of tackling this project, I can truly state the obvious. It is NOT simple. But it IS a lot of fun. 

Gotta go for now.


  1. After an MRI i was diagnosed of MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. After years on medications, my Multiple Sclerosis, symptoms worsened with tremors on my right hand, numbness and tingling, muscle weakness and loss of speech. Fortunately last year, I learnt about Mayaka Herbal Clinic (ww w. mayakaherbalclinic. c om) and their effective MS Formula treatment through an MS support group on facebook the Multiple Sclerosis treatment made a great difference, most of my symptoms including balance, weakness, falling alot and others gradually disappeared. I improved greatly over the 4 months treatment, its been a year since the treatment, i have no symptoms. I have a very good quality of life and a great family!


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