Little Yellow Magnet is almost here!

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How awesome is this? My memoir, Little Yellow Magnet, is almost here!

Here’s the synopsis for Little Yellow Magnet:

Life can change in an instant. Jamieson learns this the hard way.

Waking one morning to find he has little-to-no motor control, Jamieson only wants the world to return to how it had been before. After a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, he thinks his life is over. What he doesn’t know is that it’s only just begun.

Trying to navigate through the world in a body he no longer understands, Jamieson must travel through the dark forest of depression while waging a constant battle against himself. Over time, he learns what he’s truly capable of, and what it actually means to be courageous.

Follow Jamieson as he loses himself…then discovers who he is really meant to be.

It will be published in March 2019, just in time to celebrate the Spring Equinox. It’s been a long journey; a year of writing and a year of getting it ready. It’s hard to believe that it’s almost here!

I’ve already had some lovely people say equally lovely things about the book. Here’s what they had to say:

Jamieson Wolf is a gifted writer! ~ Kelley Armstrong, author of the Women of the Otherworld Series

Jamieson Wolf has written a compelling story about navigating multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy. His story will touch your heart, make you cry, then laugh, and inspire you. A touching memoir with a bit of magic…and tarot! ~ Theresa Reed, author of The Tarot Coloring Book

Honest. Raw. Gripping. An incredible journey that refuses to gloss over the ugly. Little Yellow Magnet inspires…but only in the best way. ~ Cait Gordon, co-editor of Nothing Without Us

Jamieson Wolf’s Little Yellow Magnet is the memoir of a man becoming. At its generous, loving heart, it is a parable of finding strength, finding home, finding love, and ultimately, finding your way. ~ Stephen Graham King, author of A Congress of Ships

As I read, Jamieson Wolf taught me to dance to the beats of his heart. Tender, heartbreaking and beautiful. ~ Caroline Smailes, author of Finding Martha Lost

 

I’m so thrilled to be able to share it with all of you! Stay tuned for more info! And thanks for being a part of my journey.

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