writing tips from yours truly.
probably not the same shit you see in every 'how to write' book. (or at least the ones i've seen.)
Positives: Visualization and imagery may be two of the particular gifts of dyslexic writers, strengths in analogical thinking and argumentation are others.
As in St Pete? Idk I'm not Christian but I've heard of a St Peter and his basilica
Oh when on mobile get the ginger keyboard app, it's typo correction is pretty good and helps me a lot.
oh okay. i really love this book even though some parts triggers me.
Proofing is way easier in my opinion on a pc/laptop with a nice big screen and reading page errors jump out better.
This article is too big to copy: http://www.bachelorsdegreeonline.com/blog/2011/25-famous-authors-with-learning-disabilities/