None of us who is not impacted by Dyslexia can appreciate the impact that it has on our ability to write but also to read. It takes a great deal of commitment to then write and publish collections of short stories. Hugh Roberts explains how a trip to the library can be daunting and even frightening for someone with dyslexia. Head over and read the very informative post and also find out more about Hugh’s latest collection of short stories – More Glimpses.
Every time I walk into my local library to pick up some recycling bags, I feel like I’m entering a world that doesn’t want me there. Or is it that I don’t want to be there?
For me, libraries can be terrifying places. Just like picking up a book and opening it can be a terrifying prospect. As an author and writer, you’d think that both would be something I’d get a lot of pleasure from.
Why I’m terrified of libraries and books?
Dyslexia – that’s the answer. As somebody who is dyslexic, reading and writing are two things I have always found difficult. When I enter the library and am faced with all those books that can introduce me to new characters and transport me to different worlds, I feel like a big door is being slammed shut right in front of me…
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