I never really enjoyed reading when my friends at school started chomping through them. I never associated ‘book’ with ‘pleasure’ like my best friend at school who loved her Jane Austen books after watching the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It took me until I was 15 or 16 when I discovered Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets at the library in school that I began to understand why people like reading a book. Now I have hundreds of them! I haven’t read them all mind you! A lot of them have been used for university studies and I will have only read a specific section of the book.
Here are a section of books that I have really enjoyed! Some of them I have read more than once!!! These books are perhaps aimed more towards teenage and adult audiences, so if you’re looking for books for your dyslexic kids to read, they won’t be suitable on the whole. Read the rest of this entry
I took a break from blogging yesterday so as not to overload the blog. So today I am back with a few more. I’m going to start with sharing my current top my most read blog posts since I started writing in February 2014. Read the rest of this entry
As many as 1 in 5 people have dyslexia at varying degrees of severity. I have decided that this month I will be highlighting some of my top 5 dyslexia related people and things. Today I want to give some credit to my dyslexic blogging peers! I have so much love and admiration for these people and their blogs, so I would appreciate if you would give them a wee look and add them to the blogs you follow! Read the rest of this entry