Finding Joy, Where you can purchase Finding Joy

Muir Of Ord Gala

Looking forward to Muir of Ord Gala tomorrow – there’s lots to see and do so come along if you can! The wonderful Hannah at HRM Ceramics & Glassand I will be sharing a stall. Copies of my novel will be available to purchase, along with tick removers and information about Lyme. Hope to see you there!

Looking forward to Muir of Ord Gala tomorrow – there's lots to see and do so come along if you can! The wonderful Hannah…

Posted by Morven-May MacCallum on Friday, 28 July 2017

Haha, hmm I think I should stick to writing rather than sowing 😂. What do we think of the tick everyone? Had a really…

Posted by Morven-May MacCallum on Saturday, 29 July 2017

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Finding Joy, Fundraiding for Lyme Disease

Big thanks to my friend for raising money for Lyme disease UK

Thank you so much Cosplay North for your fantastic fundraising for Lyme Disease UK – thank you very much! Kris raised a brilliant £58.11

Posted by Morven-May MacCallum on Friday, 21 July 2017

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Books, Finding Joy

Finding Joy is due to be released 31st of May 2017

I’m delighted to say that debut novel ‘Finding Joy’ is due to be released 31st of May 2017.

Finding Joy by Morven MacCallum

More details to come shortly, please see an excerpt below:

I would like to introduce myself, I feel it’s only fair. Only I know you so well now, you might get a scare. I know you know I’m in there, though I crept with greatest stealth: I am the hidden monster buried within yourself.”

Joyce is only sixteen when she’s torn from the life she loves. Two-years pass, but Joyce, her family, and her best friend Logan, are no closer to learning what’s causing her dizzying array of symptoms. As Joyce tries to come to terms with her increasing limitations those around her struggle to understand what she is going through. Baffled and unsure, the Doctors eventually diagnose Joyce with ME and CFS. But when Joyce and her family refuse to accept this diagnosis, her mental stability is called into question. Desperate for the truth and scared for Joyce’s life, their only hope lies in a private hospital where she is diagnosed with Lyme disease. Can Joyce survive a treatment as brutal as her illness? Can she find her way in a world she no longer recognises?


‘Finding Joy’ is compelling and beautifully written, providing a telling insight into what it is like to live with Lyme disease which is a highly misunderstood illness.”Natasha Metcalf, Lyme Disease UK

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