Professor Owl’s Book Corner ~ #WATWB IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAM

 


Those who know me can tell you how passionate I am about writing and promoting children and young adults with a disability giving awareness on how they are following their dream despite their disability, this month I am going to show you a story about a senior who is following a long-time dream of his and showing that it is never too late to follow that lifelong dream. Something I am a firm believer.

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About Sylvia W. McGrath, Freelance Writer, Literacy Tutor, and Professional Book Reviewer.

A few years ago, retired and decided to follow a long-time dream of mine, of being a freelance writer, and specialize in writing for children and young adults with health and learning challenges. I have taken several courses, on writing and tutoring. I am a licensed tutor and professional book reviewer. In 2010 my daughter and I started Professor Owl’s Book Corner and over the years have become a freelance writer, co-authored and published a Book with two Life Coaches titled “After the Diagnosis ~ The Journey Beyond, along with several poems. View all posts by Sylvia W. McGrath, Freelance Writer, Literacy Tutor, and Professional Book Reviewer. →

1 thought on “Professor Owl’s Book Corner ~ #WATWB IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAM

  1. Hi Sylvia – what a wonderful chap – and so pleased he’s gone back to his root, remembering his early days. Fun to learn he’s a wordsmith (or is it songsmith) … he sounds like he’s lived the life he wanted to … well and happy. Great #WATWB post … cheers Hilary

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