Author to share inspiration story of battle with multiple sclerosis

A local author will share his inspirational story at Sylvan Lake Library on Feb. 20th.

BY CORRIE BROWN

A local author will share his inspirational story at Sylvan Lake Library on Feb. 20th.

Diagnosed in 2007 with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis, William Boulton quickly lost the ability to walk, talk, taste, see, feel, and hear. With unwavering support from his family, and unrelenting will power, he eventually regained control of his senses, and his body. After discharge from Red Deer Hospital, he immediately began writing a book about his experience.

In William’s words, the purpose of “I Miss Me” is to “give people an idea of what Multiple Sclerosis can do, what can happen and no matter what happens to never give up on hope and always, always keep on fighting!”

William and his wife will be at the library from 6-8 p.m. Feb. 20, to share his story, with a book signing to follow.

Sign up now for this free event! William will be selling copies of “I Miss Me” at the library before the event, as well as that evening.