Submitted by Jenny on Fri, 2007-12-14 16:00
The Warrior by Kinely MacGregor
Lochlan MacAllister was born to
lead. Ruthlessly groomed to take control of his clan, he has given his
life to his people. But when he learns that the brother he thought was
dead might still be alive, he embarks on a quest to find the truth.
Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 2007-12-13 15:16
"The dyslexia is a bummer,” Kinley MacGregor (real name – Sherrilyn Kenyon) says, “as my copy-editors will tell you. My condition is so severe that is often manifests itself verbally.”
However, despite her severe condition, MacGregor has become a New York Times best-selling author, gaining fans all over the world. Her latest book, The Warrior, is being praised as her best. Suspenseful and riveting, this novel would be a feat for any author, but is a special success for one with dyslexia.
Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 2007-11-29 19:20
I met Richard J. Schock yesterday via e-mail. He suggested putting Kurt Cobain on the list of famous people; because Kurt Cobain was a great example for him. So we decided to put his sorry "Why Kurt Cobain was a great help to him" on the website and hope this will be an inspiration to you too.
Submitted by Jenny on Wed, 2007-04-18 07:04
The film "EXPRESSO" by Kevin Powis and Martin Nigel Davey goes to the Festival de Cannes the 16th - 27th May 2007.
Martin Nigel Davey is one of the famous dyslexics, he is an actor and writer.
Submitted by Jenny on Mon, 2007-04-02 09:45
30/03/07 "De Vlaamse regering heeft een akkoord bereikt over een nieuw systeem van zorg voor leerlingen met een handicap, een leer- of gedragsstoornis. Wie een zinvol aanbod kan krijgen in het gewone onderwijs, moet daar ook terechtkunnen." vrtnieuws
Hopelijk kan men dit waarmaken. Ik denk dat het voor een grootdeel afhankelijk is van de mentaliteit van de scholen.
Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 2007-02-08 09:52
I can acorss this article today (Feb. 08 2007).
Submitted by Jenny on Sun, 2007-01-21 16:22
TEACHER: Glenn, how do you spell "crocodile?"
TEACHER: No, that's wrong
GLENN: No sir, you asked me how I spell it.
Submitted by Jenny on Wed, 2006-11-22 10:51
Today I was working on my site and witness there was an ‘e' to mush in the title of the page "The book: The Gifte of Dyslexia". I often do this, adding an "e" behind a word. Furthermore, it was not the first time I saw the title, but never witnessed the misspelling.
Submitted by Jenny on Sat, 2006-11-18 11:23
Today: wedding bells for Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise
. The marriage takes place in Italy near Rome. Tom Cruise is one of the famous people
Submitted by Jenny on Tue, 2006-11-07 18:54
Today Paul, my husband, noticed I had misspelled "dyselxia" instead of "dyslexia" on this site. I didn't understand. A few days ago I had found one myself and made a search on it to be sure I hadn't others mispelled somewhere else on the site. At that moment the search box came up with nothing. Now I suspect I made a search on yet another different spelling for dyslexia. Being dyslexic can be very confusing :-)