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

Today Is A New Day

On December 30th, 2012, I woke up to find that my world as I knew it had changed. I woke not knowing how to move my body. It was no longer mine and I was no longer able to control … Continue reading

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The Invisible Sign

I was heading towards the bus this afternoon when one of those people that are asking for money for a charitable organization on the street stopped me. “Excuse me, Sir? How are you tonight?” “Good. Going to catch a bus.” … Continue reading

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Spooning with Spoonies at Can-Con 2017

On Saturday, I had the pleasure of appearing on a panel at CAN-CON: Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts & Literature. The panel was titled Spooning with Spoonies. Its subject matter dealt with sexuality and disability and how both … Continue reading

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113 Steps

When I started my exercise regime, Sarah Zahib of Continuum Fitness asked me what one of my fitness goals was. I thought about it for a moment. “I’m always asked to do this thing for my neurologist where I have … Continue reading

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I Got This

The other day, when I was talking to someone, I mentioned how meditation was really helping me deal with my Cerebral Palsy and Multiple Sclerosis. She looked at me, her mouth drawn into a frown of sympathy, and said “Oh, … Continue reading

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Doing ‘It’ with a Disability

This was first published on the Spoonie Authors Network.    The first piece of writing advice that I was given was: Write what you know. Throughout my twenty years as a writer, I’ve happily ignored that advice. I’ve written fantasy novels, … Continue reading

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Re-leaning Who I Am

I’ve had to relearn who I am. I had to learn to walk again, to speak again, to see and to hear. I had to learn to type again, to write again, I had to relearn how to do everything … Continue reading

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