I’ve posted a video review of the book below.
Okay, this is a bit of an exaggeration! 🙂 But only slightly. Dystonia really does wear one down a whole lot. Have you ever heard of dystonia? Did you know that it can occur post-stroke? Were you aware that absolutely no research is being done on post-stroke dystonia?
That’s because the condition is so rare. Lucky us, huh? 🙂 But I digress …
One of the biggest struggles in dealing with chronic health issues is finding ways to relax. As a person with dystonia, I’m always looking for solutions to this problem. Among the habits I find most helpful is reading books. In fact, I know of many health benefits of reading.
(originally published on July 13, 2009, revised on September 25, 2013 and again on March 13, 2017)
Here (once again) is the story about the funny thing that happened to me on the way to Crime Bake! Funny in retrospect, that is.
You know, it’s occurred to me that my life is filled with funny stories — in retrospect. This funny story took place on the way to a crime writers conference, which makes it appropriate for this blog. [This post originally appeared on a blog about my life as a crime writer. Okay?]