Author Archives: Jamieson Wolf

About Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson an award winning, number-one bestselling author. He writes in many different genres. Learn more at www.jamiesonwolf.com

On Forgetting Fear

I forgot and that’s the most amazing thing. On December 31st, 2012 I woke and my body was not my own. I was groggy and when I tried to stand, I ended up falling down again. As I made my … Continue reading

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Visible Invisible

I was asked to write an article for work for International Person’s With Disabilities Day. I wrote the following. It was put on the web site at work in a permanent place along with other people’s stories about living with … Continue reading

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Have Cane Will Travel

The first snowfall may be pretty, but it also brings a host of other problems I know that I have to be careful when I’m out and about walking in the winter. There is ice, the sidewalks aren’t even and … Continue reading

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Letting Go Of Fear

I’m often surprised by my disabilities. The other day when I was coming back from a walk, I opened my apartment door and was taking a step inside when my body decided to have a full body spasm. I lost … Continue reading

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Claiming My Shadow Self

Years ago, a friend of mine asked me if I would ever write a novel with a character who had Multiple sclerosis. I gave him a definitive no. When he asked me why not and pointed out that people would … Continue reading

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Letting Go and Holding On

Life is funny when you stop to think about it. I’ve been carrying around a thrum of sadness for a few weeks now. While my general outlook on life has been positive, there was still this ache inside of me. … Continue reading

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Walking the Walk for the Seventh Time

It’s hard to believe that this years MS Walk was my seventh time. It’s also hard to believe the times we are in. When I did my first MS Walk back in 2014, it took me just under an hour … Continue reading

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Stress and the Shadow Man

I know that stress is one of the worst things for people with multiple sclerosis. I’ve been experiencing a lot of it. It’s keeping me awake at night, so I’m having to take my prescribed sleeping pill more than usual. … Continue reading

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The Descent – A Video Excerpt

Check this out! In this video, I’m reading from my short story The Descent which is in the anthology Nothing Without Us. Click play and enjoy! I had no idea that this video was even taken. What a lovely surprise! … Continue reading

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Fear and Covid-19

I can’t help but be afraid. When the Covid-19 outbreak began, I thought it would all blow over, that it would somehow fizzle out. However, with each passing day, things just continued to get worse. With each passing day, my … Continue reading

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