About

Alisha Nurse grew up on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. She holds an MA in International Journalism from the University of Westminster, London. Alisha loves exploring culture and ethnic identities having come from a mixed race family.

She loves curry, sharing stories and talking to random people on public transportation.

When Alisha is not writing fantasy stories, she is blogging about her experiences living with fibromyalgia and depression at www.theinvisiblef.com.


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  • Hi from Australia. I’m in my 70’s and suffer with fms. Had it for about two years now, and it’s not nice. One of the worst aspects is that it is so erratic. I have good days when I feel terrific, then terrible days ( like today) when life is really tough. Aches, pain and general feeling of hopelessness. I bought your book last year, and it gives me hope.
    People say.. you look good. They don’t understand what it’s like.

  • Hey Doug,
    Thanks so much for reaching out & sharing with me. I’m so glad that my book helped encourage you- that really encouraged me to keep on as some days I too feel like what’s the point. It’s really tough and I’m sorry you’re going through a rough patch too. Are you a part of any network for people with fibromyalgia? There are a few groups in Facebook and I find it helps. Please stay in touch and know that you’re not alone in this. Gentle hugs x

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