This week we are going to hear from someone who has written a dyslexia story. Reyna Marder Gentin was a criminal defense attorney who became a full-time writer.
This is the story of Micki Boas, who legally fought the school for 4 years just for her child to have access to proper dyslexic support.
Iain McKinnon shares his story of how writing on a computer released his writing capability.
We explore the story of Ann-Marie McNicholas, a psychology lecturer who became a specialist teacher for dyslexia and later on writes books on tips and strategies for teens with Dyslexia. Before the release of her new book, I sat down with her to talk about her experience as a tutor and how she came up with the book. You can pre-order her book, ‘The Dyslexia, ADHD, and DCD-Friendly Study Skills Guide” on Amazon Now. Links below
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Podcast #122 “Xena” Scriptwriter and Author R.S. Mellette Share How He Writes As Slowly As He Pleased
In this episode, we are going to explore how R.S. Mellette came to know about dyslexia and how it helped him in being a screenwriter and, later on, being an author
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