Let me explain...
I’m Michael Cowin and I have Parkinson’s Disease.
I was diagnosed about eleven years ago and then, about five years later, I discovered that I had a previously unknown talent for creative writing. I adopted the pen name ‘Pullyman’ and since that day, I have used my new-found skill to raise both awareness and money for our local charity, the Isle of Man Parkinson’s Disease Society.
My good friend, Hazel Teare, who I had met through the local poetry scene had also been touched by an incurable neurological curse.
Her late mother had been a long-time sufferer of Alzheimer’s Disease until sadly, she eventually lost her fight. So we had an idea, we had a reason, and I had a phone book.
And now we have a calendar!!
You can purchase both my Calendar and my new book "The Story of the Life that became Pullyman" using the PayPal buttons below.