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MS Reading and Twitching

Did you hear the news? The first two books in my Church of Go series are only .99 on Amazon! If you're a Kindle reader, take advantage of this bargain until the end of 2020.


If your reading tastes veer more to the book-in-hand, feel the vellum of the physical page, I am offering a great deal when books are ordered directly from me. Until the conclusion of this truly fascinating year, you can purchase either book for the original price OR a combo of any two for a slashed price of $30.00. I pay the postage.


Be the envy of all your friends and get them both or any combination of the two for $30.00! Just order directly from me at OR give me s shout here OR hail me down on the street OR call me OR send me a message via a mutual friend.



How often do you experience MS tremors?

Occasionally (29% | 367 Votes)
Frequently (27% | 346 Votes)
Rarely (17% | 210 Votes)
Never (17% | 209 Votes)
Always (10% | 129 Votes)
1,261 total votes. Thanks for voting.                            

 Speaking of reading, I received this little gem in my inbox this morning. It's good info about MS twitching and spasms and other MS-related stuff. 

Maybe you'd like to add a bit of nonfiction from yours truly? I talk about my personal twitching in I Have MS. What's Your Super Power? From now until the end of 2020, award-winning I Have MS. What's Your Super Power?: A Common Sense Guide to Living with Multiple Sclerosis is $10.00 with the purchase of any of my other titles when ordered DIRECTLY FROM ME. There might even be a little something-something included.


Let me help with your Christmas shopping,
Lisa, Lady with the Cane


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