Robert Sollars is a writer who is visually impaired. In this article he discusses some of the obstacles faced by a writer when the typical pen to paper approach must be adapted.
To combat the roadblocks that many visually impaired writers face, he started a writing group to help people like him get their writing published. They support each other, share knowledge and critique work.
Though in its early days, the support system appears to be working.
Would you consider joining a similar group of professionals to network and improve your craft? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
Writing Group Helps Give Voice to Blind