Blog by L.T. Marshall about being a square peg in a board of round holes that we call society.
Could the hearing problem I've had all my life, which I've never had a satisfactory diagnosis for, be part of my ADHD?
I'm not the only person with mental health issues to be writing a blog about the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. But it isn't about being the only one: it's about adding my voice.
Yesterday, a comment I made on a Guardian article about ableism was marked as a "Guardian Pick". I shared this news... and someone made an ableist comment about it. Sigh.
When I read about fellow author Stephanie Butland’s article about why coping with life after cancer is harder than the treatment, I felt I’d found a kindred soul.
The Second Cup is an award finalist for the fourth time – this time in the 12th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards.
When you're an indie author, Rule 101 is not to upset any potential readers. But there are times when this rule has to be ignored – and for me, disability rights is one of those times.
This is not about whether one skill is "lesser" than the other, but simply about the fact they are "different".
After months of not typing a single word, I've written about 15,000 words in 10 days - and broken two nails in the process.
Today, over on the Pict Publishing blog, I've had two GDPR articles published. The first is an overview of what GDPR is and how it affects indie authors and the second is a "how to" article going through the steps of making sure your email newsletter list is ready for the data changes in March.... Continue Reading →