Reading As A Social Action (RaaSA)

£20.00

I miss words out, speak too fast, slur my words, mispronounce my words and sometimes can’t identify words so say other words…this is how my neurodivergent brain works and I’ve had to learn to accept this.

This book is a collection of positive stories about women who are actively engaged in a global online reading community called “Women Aspiring for More” (WAM). Through reading and sharing WAM members support and inspire each other to be more successful in life, business, and in relationships.

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I miss words out, speak too fast, slur my words, mispronounce my words and sometimes can’t identify words so say other words…this is how my neurodivergent brain works and I’ve had to learn to accept this, in this book collaboration read my story.

This book is a collection of positive stories about women who are actively engaged in a global online reading community called “Women Aspiring for More” (WAM). Through reading and sharing WAM members support and inspire each other to be more successful in life, business, and in relationships.

In this anthology, the women share their experiences and stories about using reading as a vehicle to grow personally and professionally while in the community reading with like-minded women and engaging in conversations from 8 different perspectives.

Each contributor shares how reading with others in WAM has changed their reading habits, reading experience(s), reading enjoyment, and/or attitude toward reading.

Ruth-Ellen Danquah and the other contributors to this book Jeanine Bunzigiye, Chipo Chitewe, LaShun Gaines, Lynn Kanyowa-Ndhlovu, Shawntai Lister Mitchell, and Trifanya Osei share their truth