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“Reading Lips” Review

September 25 2008 | by

Reading Lips and Other Ways to Overcome a Disability

If you would like to understand more about the world of disabilities, you can read the book, Reading Lips and Other Ways to Overcome a Disability, edited by Diane Scharper and Philip Scharper, Jr., M.D. Released in April 2008, Reading Lips is a collection of first-person prose from people with all kinds of disabilities, from deafness to paraplegia. I wrote a story for the book titled Catching Kate, where I describe my experience as a deaf high school cheerleader. I’m not promoting my writing here, rather, I’m promoting a nice review of the book from one of my favorite websites, Disaboom. Read the review here. If you’re looking to get a copy of the book you can buy it at Amazon.com here.

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