About Hannah May
Hannah May Hocking is a British born fledgling writer and illustrator. After serious health issues resulting in the diagnosis of a rare connective tissue disorder of which there is no cure, Hannah May Hocking re-discovered her love for storytelling and drawing as a way to help deal with what was happening to her body. Inspired by nature and her studies at university in History, her stories began to take shape on paper for the first time.
Encouraged by Ayn Cates Sullivan at Infinite Light Publishing, to share this passion and her story of hope even when all seems lost.
About Hannah May Hocking’s health issues:
Hannah May Hocking has the hypermobility type EDS. It means the her body does not produce the protein collagen correctly. This is described as the glue that holds the body together. It can very in severity from person to person. For more information visit: EDS UK website.
Hannah May Hocking suffers from a secondary condition as a result of her EDS called Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (PoTS). This is where her autonomic (involuntary) nervous system does not function right. This system controls things like heart, blood pressure and digestion. For more information visit: PoTS UK website.