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Abigail was diagnosed with dyslexia in 2nd grade. She was tutored in Orton-Gillingham for
many years growing up. 

 In college, Abigail spoke on a panel about being dyslexic at a disability awareness week on her campus. This was one of the first time Abigail openly spoke about her dyslexic experience. 

After graduating with her degree in Special Education/Elementary Education, she spent a couple of years teaching 5th grade before leaving to pursue a dream of living abroad in London. 

 Once Covid hit and that dream was put on hold, she found another. In October 2020, Abigail published her debut first children's book, "D is for Darcy Not Dyslexia".

Since the first book was published, Abigail has continued her work as an author. One of her favorite parts of being an author is speaking at schools, events, and more. 

Walt Disney

"All our dreams can come true,
if we have the courage to pursue them."