Hayley Zelda is a writer and marketer at heart. She's written on all the major writing platforms and worked with a number of self-published authors on marketing books to the YA audience.
In our third installment of More than Meets the Eye: Interview with the Disability Community, we hear from Letitia Bouwer, a young woman from Namibia who has been blind since birth. she also loves to sing and play the piano.
"They see that I am independent and strong but they don’t see that I am loyal and a hard worker." -Carolyn McGhee
I'm putting all my social media skills to use for the Glory of God and the service of Church. I will be posting daily devotional videos. Some will be humorous, and others will be a bit more serious. Some will have special guests(filmed from a safe distance)and others will be just me. I hope they help provide you with comfort and a smile during this time.
Brooke Bratz, author of the book Chronic Love, shares her own personal testimony about her journey with chronic illness has brought her closer to God.
Amanda Gene Nelson is a freelance writer and blogger from Florida. In this deeply moving article, Amanda shares her personal testimony of faith, sight loss, cerebral palsy, and hope.
I was never the woman who had her wedding planned since I was a little girl, but since I’m getting married in seven months, it’s been on my mind- but the most important question is, "How can I make my wedding accessible for everyone?"
Driving with a disability is a possibility for some members of the disability community! Just because someone has a disability does not meant that person is automatically unable to drive.
This week, I am delighted to feature experienced environmental journalist and wildlife writer, Chloe May Ward. Chloe and I both love animals and this beautiful world in which we live. That is why I am pleased to share with you Chloe's fascinating article about how young people are working together to raise awareness about climate change and the importance of protecting our planet.
Amanda Gene is a blogger and a member of the disability community. I've been a fan of Amanda Gene's blog for quite some time and I was so happy that she was willing to sit down and chat with me about her writing process, her pets, and what it is like to be a young woman with a disability in today's world.