Episode 132 "Challenge Accepted!" A conversation with full time independent writer Steff Green

December 19, 2018 00:56:07
Episode 132 "Challenge Accepted!" A conversation with full time independent writer Steff Green
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Episode 132 "Challenge Accepted!" A conversation with full time independent writer Steff Green
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This episode is a conversation with Steff Green. Steff is a blogger, author, optimist, metal-head, and full-time author. She also suffers from a rare genetic condition which means she is now legally registered as blind. In our conversation, we discuss the challenges that writers who have a disability face, and also how should any writer present a character who has a disability.

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