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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin WittyName's Avatar
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    Learning disabled writing advice.

    I have a learning disability that makes reading and writing very difficult.

    My question for you is, I have a story I want to tell and I don't know how to share it with people. I could write it down as an incoherent mess, with rambling non ending sentences and confusing repetitive wording... I fall for every common pitfall, and its unpleasant to read. Do I look for a writing partner to help with the writing part and I would provide story assistance or should I do something like hire a ghost writer? I have a story to tell, with storyboards and outlines of what the overarching story is. Just no way to share it....

    please anyone wanna give me some advice on what I should do?

    (P.s. This took around 20 minutes to write)
    Last edited by WittyName; 08-28-2019 at 10:44 PM.

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