Writing: Tips when publishing a book

Here's what I've learned when getting my book to print: Your chapter heads should be in bold The main text in at least a size 12-14 font that is clear to read (I used Baskerville) Your first draft isn't going to be your last draft (for example, even though I used a proofreading tool, there … Continue reading Writing: Tips when publishing a book

Book Review: What the F**** is Normal? By Francessca Martinez

Rating: 5/5 Genre: comedy, autobiography Summary: 'What do you do when you're labelled abnormal in a world obsessed with normality? In a world where wrinkles are practically illegal, going bald is cause for mental breakdown, and women over size ten are encouraged to shoot themselves, what the **** do you do if you're, gasp... disabled? … Continue reading Book Review: What the F**** is Normal? By Francessca Martinez

Book review: Amy and Matthew by Cammie McGovern, 2014

Overall rating: 10/10 Genre Romance I really enjoyed this book. I cannot believe how much I identified with the characters, Amy with her cerebral palsy, her search for friendship and her fight for independence. I also identified a lot with Matthew as like the character I have OCD and a severe anxiety disorder. I loved … Continue reading Book review: Amy and Matthew by Cammie McGovern, 2014

News in the disabled community: Rachelle Friedman speaks abouting being a wheelchair user and sex.

One reason I’m very upfront and overshare about this is because it’s such a misconception that people in wheelchairs can’t have sex or be sexy — and they’re just lying there, so how can that be sexy? But there’s a lot I can still do in the bedroom, and I still think our sex life … Continue reading News in the disabled community: Rachelle Friedman speaks abouting being a wheelchair user and sex.