It's been 30 years since the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) became law in the US. Since then, some things have changed, but too many things remain the same. I was five years old when the ADA passed. I remember my first thought was, "Does this mean I'm going to get to see what the … Continue reading It’s Been 30 Years. Where’s the Inclusivity?
I've recently become active in the author community on Twitter and every time I talk about my audiobook (which was completed on the same day I'm writing this post!) the response I get is either audiobooks are too expensive to make or not important. Both of those assumptions are wrong. Here's why: My audiobook was … Continue reading So You Think You Can’t Afford to Make An Audiobook (Or That It’s Not Important)
Since I started working on my book a lot of people have called me a lot of things: badass, foolish, ridiculous, strong, determined and much more. I decided early on to be completely honest with all of my followers during this process. I'm doing this with no budget at all. Not even a dollar. There … Continue reading Brave