This week's author: K.S. Oliver, author, poet, public speaker, model, and business owner, was born in New York & raised in Georgia. The oldest of 11 children, Ms Oliver is the mother of 2 boys, Sha’Kwan and K’Shaun.
The author of 2 poetry books: Still Standing and Affectionately 360, her first novel, Flatlined: Almost Doesn't Count, was released on the 4th anniversary of her diagnosis. Deciding to take a leap of faith and let the world read her rhymes of reason after several people encouraged her to share it with others in hopes to inspire. She is glad that she did.
On May 20, 2010, after the birth of her youngest son, Ms. Oliver was diagnosed with Lupus. Subsequently, she was also diagnosed with Skin Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Hypotension, Hypothyroids, Cricoarytenoiditis (Lupus in her voice box), and Severe depression.
Ms. Oliver has been cut, poked, and jabbed more than a multitude of times. She was hospitalized so many times that she's on a first-name basis with the ER staff. She has had more x-rays, CT scans, surgeries, and blood work performed than she can count, but she is still standing.
In the past 3 years her medical records have grown as thick as a how-to manual. She has stayed home in bed for weeks at a time in tears. She had a unexplainable sore throat for over a year. But God’s amazing grace has spared her life, and despite her adversities, she is still standing.
Visit KS at www.AuthoressKSOliver.com/
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