Adanna’s Beginning: The Question Thread.
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Adanna’s Beginning: The Question Thread.

  Since January 6, I’ve been blogging about a new project that I’m working on called Adanna’s Beginning. I’ll be blogging my way through this project connection with Redefining Disability. You can read more about the Redefining Disability Project here, and there is a list of all posts related to a Adanna’s Beginning here. Some … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge #2 — Why I See Myself As Having a Disability
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The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge #2 — Why I See Myself As Having a Disability

  This is my response to question #2 of the Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge.   If you have a medical diagnosis, do you see yourself as having a disability? Why or why not? If you don’t have one, how do you view the concept of disability or the people in your life who have them? … Continue reading

Writer’s Blog Hop Post #2: Writing Sample
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Writer’s Blog Hop Post #2: Writing Sample

Hi everyone! Since January 6, I’ve been blogging about a new project that I’m working on called Adanna’s Beginning. I’ll be blogging my way through this project connection with Redefining Disability. You can read more about the Redefining Disability Project here, and there is a list of all posts related to a Adanna’s Beginning here. … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Project #7– Author Perspectives: Less and More Revisited
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The Redefining Disability Project #7– Author Perspectives: Less and More Revisited

Note: Author Perspectives are open to anyone who wants to post about their experiences. They can be a response to a previous post in the series, a new topic focusing on the author’s experience as a writer/creator who has characters with disabilities, or a story from your own life.  They can also be responses to … Continue reading