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Catherine Lind (catherinelind) | 3 comments I had a stroke almost two years ago, and I lost much of my language skills and my vocabulary. A part of me believed that I would never write a book again. Too many words were missing from my vocabulary and I had difficulties expressing myself. It’s been a long road back since then and I eventually started to write.

I just published my latest book; Fly wings, Fly High! It’s a short story and the first book I written since the stroke. It tells the story about my journey back to a new life, but also the story of a courageous bird, his determination gave me strength to fight.

The same summer I had my stroke, a little magpie was born in our garden. He had a huge disability; he couldn’t fly. One of his wings was deformed and much smaller than the other. Usually birds don’t survive something like that, but he did. Not only did he survive, he built himself a beautiful life in our front yard. Without him knowing it, he gave me the tools I needed and he helped me find my way back. With a little help from each other we learned how to fly again.

If you’re interested in my new book you find it here: http://amzn.to/2rFM3dN It’s published both as a kindle book, enrolled in kindle unlimited, and as a paperback.


message 2: by Anna (new)

Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 60 comments Catherine - that is so moving! Oh how I wish you success! An example to us all - keep going, and keep telling us how things are with you.

message 3: by Catherine (new)

Catherine Lind (catherinelind) | 3 comments Thank you for your nice words. Right now, things are pretty well, it’s one step at a time in the right direction, and sometimes a few steps back. A stroke does strange things to you and it takes a long time to heal. Tiny, the magpie, is also doing well, he enjoys his summer in our front yard.

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