A Warning from the Hospital

From Kayelle Allen I am writing this from a hospital bed. In the morning, I will have an angiogram. The doctors will thread a long tube through my arteries to get a better look at my heart. For two months I have ignored chest pain, thinking it was panic attacks. I finally called to set up appts and the nurse I talked to convinced me to go to the ER. A simple test showed a heart blockage. I urge you not to put off getting acheckup. I did. It could have cost me my life. I am lying in a bed writing this on a friend’s tablet. Pardon the lack of pix or fancy formatting. I can’t figure out how to add paragraphs. But I wanted to warn you and add a touch of reality to those nagging worries you might be having. If you are worried take action. Do it now.

Kayelle Allen is an award-winning, multi-published author. Her heroes and heroines include badass immortals, warriors who purr, and agents who find the unfindable–or hide it forever. She is known for unstoppable heroes, uncompromising love, and unforgettable passion.

About Kayelle Allen

Kayelle Allen did a tour in the US Navy, where she climbed around airplanes (on the ground of course) fixing black boxes that helped pilots find their way home. She wrote her first science fiction novel at 18, and to this day, it's hidden under the bed, where she vows it will remain. Gems from it, though, launched several series in her galaxy-wide universe of stories. From childhood, Kayelle was the victim of an overactive imagination and inherited the Irish gift of gab from her mother. From her father, she got a healthy respect for mechanical things. No wonder she writes Science Fiction and Fantasy peopled with crazy androids, mythic heroes and warriors who purr.
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0 Responses to A Warning from the Hospital

  1. Get well, Kayelle — we want you back!

    Hugs across the miles and prayers for a speed recovery,

    Keta

  2. Take care, Kayelle. We all thinking of you.

  3. Karen Cote says:

    Darling friend, I am grateful for the prompting that caused you to pick up that phone. Two months is a long time so you were certainly being watched over. Giving you prayers and strength to get through this. You are loved and are continuously in my thoughts. I’m here for whatever you need. Love you. I thank God for His care for you.

  4. Kayelle, I am thinking about you and sending healing thoughts your way. I am so glad you got this checked out. Who knows what might have happened otherwise. Please take care and rest and keep us updated when you can so we know how you are doing. Hugs

    Angela