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Morning all, from a pretty dull day in Cumbria.
When I started writing in earnest a year ago, I felt that it was the right time to settle down into a new world of adventure, risk taking with my credibility, and more importantly, do what I have wanted to do for years.
I have mentioned previously that I am never scared of failing, but I hate the thought of not trying.
Jumping ahead a bit, I know most of you are aware of issues I started to have in regard to typing on a regular basis. My right hand "clawed" up on a regular basis, In effect, out of my control. These spasms eventually occurred so frequently, it became impossible to type a paragraph without the problem. As any of you writers will realise, this is not only a physical issue, but also a mental one, as you try to develop the story line.
I had always assumed, the symptoms stemmed from my neck injury which I sustained on duty some seventeen years ago. Then I had a disc fusion between C5-C6. I was told that there would be struggles in the future.
I never anticipated that merely sitting at a keyboard could be a problem for me.
Last week I attended an appointment in the North East of England. This was to see a Neuro-surgeon, to discuss my options. Within ten minutes, the expert had informed me, that I did indeed have problems with possible trapped nerves or some other underlying explanation, but not from my neck area. I was taken aback, because research and my built in self analysis was wrong, and I did not see it coming. Before my original operation, the symptoms were very much the same, with maybe not the clawing effect. Of course, this is still likely to stem from those incidents.
Now I await further tests, however they will be done, to assess other damage or such like, on my nervous system. It could be that the issues are connected from that accident, in fact, I am sure it is. I have never really had occasion to specifically mention other pain, other than my neck, because I wrongly assumed it was from the same neck are that I was operated on. Ironically, I cannot pretend this has not affected me, mental health wise or physically. Ironically, It was because of my writing that forced me to seek medical assistance on the problem, whatever it may be.
I had hoped to have my third book out by now, but this thing has really taken its toll. I need to re-assess what I am now aware of in medical terms and take it from there. There are a lot of people out there in far worse predicaments than me, I know that, but I want you know how it is, and that I haven't vanished. I can only control my destiny, and we will take it from this point.
Thanks for checking out my work to this point and catch up soon