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)
One of the things that has gotten a lot of disability advocates angry over the last several years is the way disabled people are portrayed in the media. Be it on tv, in movies, and in writing. Last year, I read a book series I really began to love. I won't name it, but it's … Continue reading Disability Language in Writing
I keep seeing people say, "we're all in this together," any time COVID-19 is brought up. But, that's a lie. Why? Because while you're chanting, "we're all in this together," people like me are being left to die because there aren't enough hospital beds and ventilators, hospitals are having to decide who lives and who … Continue reading We’re All In This Together, Right?