Amy Law

Science Geek

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!

Latest Posts

  • Dyslexia Runs in Families

    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

    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

    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


“These are gorgeous photos, Amy. Thank you for sharing them AND the story behind each. A lovely post.”

– Tracy Abell.

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