The Fire Within

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
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This is an inside look into the world of epilepsy. An ailment that many people have but most do not discuss openly. This is one woman's story. A story that follows her life's ups and downs, twists and turns. A story that could possibly open the public's eyes to the daily struggles of an epileptic. "After awaking in a rocking chair, I looked around the room and a feeling so powerful came over me that no bolt of light could strike it. It was confusion. I know this place. But I should not be here. No I don't belong! I recognized the tables and chairs - or did I? I heard a voice. It was my husband. Oh God it's taken him too! The cat meowed... I looked at my watch. What happened?! I lost time! I don't remember anything! Tears streaked from my already exhausted eyes. Help me! Dan held me and talked me through what I last remembered. I felt I was in my time warp once again. - Where all of your familiar surroundings are not so familiar anymore. Although you know you have seen the items it's almost like you've seen them in another lifetime. Confusing? Crazy? Welcome to my world my friends - you have now entered the Seizure Zone."

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About the author (2005)

The author was born and raised in Binghamton, NY. She attended Binghamton High School and went on to graduate from Owego Free Academy in 1992. She attended Broome Community College and has lived in Florida and Virginia. She now resides on Long Island with her husband where she continues her freelance writing of poetry and short stories. This is her first book..

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