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Wednesday, March 15, 2017
There’s Nothing Ordinary About New Novel Featuring Woman With MS
Allison Wheeler is an unconventional heroine of a novel, but she found her way into my heart as I read A Million Ordinary Days by Judy Mollen Walters, a book being published today, March 14.
Author Judy is also a BioNews Services columnist. She has Crohn’s disease and, writing as Judy Walters, her weekly column appears in IBD News Today.
Allison is 53 years old and has a chronic illness — not Crohn’s, as I thought it would be, but multiple sclerosis. How she copes with that, her two adult but still young children, a friendly ex-husband, her social work career and a new love interest, you will have to discover for yourselves. No spoilers here!