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

One Day at A Time

Like many people, I’ve been waiting patiently. This virus has taken over our lives and I personally view the vaccine as a step towards taking back some control. I know it’s not a cure all and we’ll still have to … Continue reading

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I’m On TV! Let’s Chat with Derick Fage

Hey Everyone! Check this out! I was on TV! I was on Let’s Chat with Derick Fage. During the episode, we talk about what it’s been like living with Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy and what my journey has been … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Little Yellow Magnet!

On March 3rd, 2019, Little Yellow Magnet was published and sent out into the world. It’s the most difficult book that I’ve ever written. Thus, it’s also the one that I’m most proud of. In 2018 I sat down to … Continue reading

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On Becoming Aware

Today is the first day in MS Awareness Month. When I woke this morning, I had no idea that it was MS Awareness month. I put on an audiobook to listen to in the background and chose to listen to … Continue reading

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On What You Can’t See

I was asked to speak at a conference at work about what it is like to live with two invisible disabilities. I immediately said yes. I’m open about my disabilities; heck, I write about it on here for everyone to … Continue reading

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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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