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

The Deity of the Waves – Thoughts on Chemo and the River Within

I had three dizzy spells today. I was sitting for one, standing for another and walking in my apartment for the third. The dizziness and nausea passed quickly and each time I was able to hold on to something to … Continue reading

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This Is My Journey

I’ve had a lot of different health issues lately. To begin with, I saw my chiropractor a few days ago. It was an assessment appointment to see how far I’ve come in my healing. I broke one of the vertebrae … Continue reading

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Pushing Through

I have difficulty sitting still. I’ve always been this way. I fill up my time with different projects and things to keep my mind and body busy. I’m always writing a new book, a new short story or a poem … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Max Shadow!

I was diagnosed with Relapse and Remitting Multiple Sclerosis nine years ago today. I thought about what I wanted to write to honour today and the following letter to my multiple sclerosis is what came out. I hope you enjoy … Continue reading

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Bodily Able – A Reflection

I don’t often feel as if I live in an able-bodied world. I know that we do. There isn’t much that is made with people who are disabled in mind. Those who aren’t disabled don’t have to think about anything, … Continue reading

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The Power of Forgetting

I’ve started this blog post a few times. At first, it was a rundown of everything I’ve already talked about, how I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis nine years ago, how I almost took my own life, how I was … Continue reading

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Captain Maven and the Shadow Man: AVAILABLE NOW!

Fantastic news! Captain Maven and the Shadow Man is available now! I meant to have this book published for the holidays but with one thing and another, that didn’t happen. I did put it out on my blog, but this … Continue reading

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The Many Ways of Mavenclad

It’s been a while since I posted anything on here. It’s hard to believe that a few months has gone by since my last post, however when I stop to think about it, it’s not that surprising. I’ve been dealing … Continue reading

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The Light Through the Trees

Content Warning: Depression, Suicidal Thoughts and Self Harm It all gets to be too much sometimes. Like everyone else, I’ve been living in the cloud of covid. I haven’t been sleeping well, my temper is closer to the surface than … Continue reading

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Someone I Used to Know

Something interesting happened the other day. When my multiple sclerosis first hit, I lost a lot of my memory. I used to remember the plot of every book I’d ever read and every movie I’d ever seen. I could quote … Continue reading

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