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“In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” — Maya Angelou I never saw myself reflected on TV or in books. A chubby small-town girl who liked to read and write didn’t really get much airtime on TV. Still doesn’t. Not to mention if that girl develops a chronic illness. And then another. And… Continue reading A Plea to Make Room for Chronic Illness Stories in Popular Culture
The world is in pain. There are wars. Our queer community is denied their rights. Climate disasters are happening across the globe. Covid still lingers. Human-induced tragedy seems ongoing and unstoppable at the moment and each of us suffers from it in varying degrees. Thankfully we have stories. Whether it is TV, film, books, podcasts… Continue reading Write and Change The World: We Need You To!
Book coach. A relatively new occupation that is gaining traction, but is still a new concept to many. Have you been wondering what a book coach is and does, or are you completely new to the term? Then read on! The need for book coaches has grown out of a changing publishing market and consequently… Continue reading What Is A Book Coach and Why Would I Need One?
As I embark on my journey as a book coach, I feel that for you to be able to trust me with your stories, you need to know I trust you with mine. Each of us consists of thousands of different stories, millions. Today I tell you about the one that has shaped every part… Continue reading A Brief (Hi)Story of Me
“In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” Maya Angelou This piece first appeared on my author website on 12 November 2020. Reposted here with slight amendments. I never saw myself reflected on tv or in books. A chubby small town girl who liked to read didn’t really get much airtime on tv. Still… Continue reading A Plea For Showing Disability in Art