I’m a science geek. I feel about science the way other people feel about music, art, or sports — a deep emotional connection. I think in science.
I love learning about how the world works. And I love to share what I’ve learned with others.
Let’s go exploring!
Dyslexia Runs in Families
There is an asterisk on Page 67 that suggests that you flip to the end of the book for more information. I don’t have the book finished, so I’ll provide you with the information here: The many genes needed for a complicated trait like reading or dyslexia are spread across several chromosomes, not all on… Read more
What It Takes To Read Fluently, Part II
I actually like this section pretty well. It is clear, doesn’t have too many words, and has several human elements in among the information. What do you think? Read more
What It Takes to Read Fluently Part I
I’m trying to not overwhelm readers as I present new ideas, so I have broken What It Takes to Read Fluently into two parts. As always, does this section make sense? Is this a good pace, or can I go faster? Read more
Some of Amy’s favorite photos.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“These are gorgeous photos, Amy. Thank you for sharing them AND the story behind each. A lovely post.”
– Tracy Abell.