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Amy Wiley Patient Expert

Vancouver, Washington
Amy Michelle Wiley lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She is a freelance writer and editor and the director of an international collaborative Christian fiction organization, Peculiar People. Amy also is training to become a sign language interpreter and is involved in the Deaf Community.... Full Bio
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Family Farm by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia At long last, I'm returning to my journals of our trip back east last summer. This post is especially meaningful because it's about our visit to an ancestor's farm. I'll i ... Read on »
I'm back with tales of blessings by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia The last few weeks have been so busy I haven't even had time to add pictures to the blog journals I've already written. The first couple of weeks it was because I was ... Read on »
Tea Party Hills by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Next stop was Boston and the Tea Party Ship and Museum. It was closed but we could have taken pictures of the outside of the ship, but by then it was raining cat ... Read on »
Pilgrim Travelers by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Journal from Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 We stayed overnight in Rhode Island and passed over a long bridge over a beautiful bay with lots of boats and islands and a ... Read on »
Quaint and Queer by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Journal from Friday, June 22nd Today my sore throat turned into a full-blown cold. I knew the sniffling sneezing man next to me on the airplane was bad news. We dro ... Read on »
Dork in New York by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Journal from Thursday, June 21st, part two After seeing the 9/11 memorials, we headed toward South Ferry to ride to Staten Island so I could see the Statue of Lib ... Read on »
New York Memories by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Thursday, June 21st, 2012 New York skyline. The two towers on the left with the dark tops are the new twin towers that are in the process of being ... Read on »
Amish Country by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Journal entry Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 This was outside a grocery store This picture is blurry but that's just as well since they do ... Read on »
Hello, New England! by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Dear Easterners, pardon us for traipsing through your land wearing our typical Pacific Northwest style of shorts and sandals… and socks. We’ve loved getting a glimps ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Time to Talk with Fay Lamb by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Today we are spending a little  time  talking with an author, Fay Lamb. Last week's post was a review of her suspense book, Because of Me, so be sure to check it out i ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Suspenseful Synopsis by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Before the whole shoulder injury thing, someone contacted me about doing an author interview or book review on my blog. Now that things are finally a little calmed down ... Read on »
A2Z Take Two: Returning with Ragman by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia I’m back! In February my shoulder collapsed and had me almost bed-bound with pain. Due to my disease and a number of factors that aggravated it, some of the muscles in ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Give Me Your Love for Humanity by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Last week I tried to record myself interpreting Brandon Heath's song "Give Me Your Eyes" into ASL for my G post but had trouble with the technology. But I figured out the ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Fun with Any Better by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Several years ago, the FaithWriters weekly challenge topic was "spring." Some of you who have been FWers for a long time may remember this story, but it's funny enough t ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Employment--Whose Captives They Were by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia Last week I was reading in Isaiah when a verse jumped out at me with a complete story scene embedded: "the house of Israel shall possess them in the land of the LORD for s ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Choose to Dance by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia From stock.xchng by Tracy Toh A few years ago I happened upon the blog of a woman who had just been diagnosed with cancer—only a few days before her w ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Craft Pretties by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia I had a more elaborate idea for my "C" post but didn't end up having time since I'm still focusing on my novel revisions, so I decided to just post some pictures of some o ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: A Chat with Brandilyn Collins by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia As a special treat to celebrate B in our A2Z meme, I'm excited to have Brandilyn Collins with us today. She is the Christian author of the popular Seatbelt Suspense® b ... Read on »
A2Z Take 2: Antidote for a Neglected Blog by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia I took a break from blogging during November and if I'm not careful I could fall back into the very long apart, random blog posting that does not happen more oft ... Read on »
Trying out a vlog by Amy Wiley Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Fibromyalgia My friend Patty somehow talked a bunch of us into trying a video blog, or vlog. Glutton for punishment that I am, I decided not only to do a vlog but to do two--one in eac ... Read on »