Advice for children who stutter: Jean-François Leblanc

Tell me about yourself: My name is Jean-François Leblanc. 48 years old. I live in Quebec City, QC, Canada. I work as Scientific Information Specialist for the R&D department of a not-for-profit organization called Héma-Québec. This organization is in charge of...

Advice for children who stutter: Pamela Mertz

Tell me about yourself My name is Pamela Mertz, but I happily respond to Pam. I prefer my full name in anything written – seems more professional. It could also be an age thing! I live and work right outside of the Albany, New York area. I was born and raised in...

Advice for children who stutter: David Friedman

I’m adding caricatures of my fellow stuttering friends in the stuttering advice book I’m currently working on for a Spring 2014 release. In the meantime, I’m dedicating a Q&A blog post to some of the people featured in my book. Starting it all...

Learn from an author: Debbie Horovitch

The third and final post in my series on learning from others who published books, I’m featuring Debbie Horovitch. Me: What is/are your book about? Debbie: I’m working on my first “full” book, a business guide to my successful methods for...

Learn from (an) author(s): Mark Blevis and Tod Maffin

The second post in my series where I interview friends who have written books – as part of my attempt to encourage you to tell your stories– I interview a couple of friends of mine from the podcasting community, Mark Blevis (who has been a guest on Stuttering is Cool...

Learn from an author: my interview with Connie Crosby

I wrote a free ebook in 2009 about today’s digital technology enabling anyone to become a publisher easily and cheaply. That still holds true today. With my computer and Adobe InDesign, I am putting together an advice book about stuttering. I’ve decided to...