Stortford mum Ally Parkes draws on emotional trauma of living with brain tumour for 10 years to write debut novel she hopes will inspire others facing life-changing challenges
Ally Parkes was 31 with a two-12 months-outdated and a new child when physicians learned she had a mind tumour she had been residing with for 10 decades.
The sixteen-hour operation to eliminate it has still left her deaf in a person ear and with partial facial palsy and equilibrium challenges. She had to study once more how to stroll, stand up and sit down, and trip a bicycle.
But the mom of two from Bishop’s Stortford, who will work as an NHS occupational therapist, has used her traumatic expertise to create a novel that she hopes will enable many others faced with lifestyle-changing problems.
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