These are some examples of words that I have personally spelled wrong or struggled to spell at some point. That doesn’t mean each time I go to write or type one of these words it has to be a struggle. Sometime I can get them on the first try and others it takes me a […]

Dyslexia, Life

September 20, 2023

Words I Struggle to Spell As A Dyslexic – Part 2


Part 1? I think this might be a series. Every dyslexic has their own set of challenges and strengths. Misspelling words is probably one of more common challenges that dyslexics can face in addition to struggling to read. However, not every word is misspelled every time and it can be different each time you try […]

Dyslexia, Life

July 12, 2023

Words I Struggle To Spell As A Dyslexic


(QFK) Questions from Kids is a series of questions Abigail has gotten while speaking at school visits or elsewhere from kids. Check out the series to see insightful questions asked from children. Why did you write your first book? Writing my first book was a pretty fast decision. I saw an opportunity to learn how […]

Author, Children's Books, Dyslexia, QFK

June 10, 2023

QFK: Why did you write your first book?

Children's Book Cover "D is for Darcy Not Dyslexia' by Abigail Griebelbauer Illustrated by Cecilia Edwards. The background is a purple texted background with the Title in a oval shape. The border of the oval is filled with letters, stars, and numbers all over the place. Darcy, a girl with red hair, and freckles is sitting at the desk in a pink stripped shirt. Books are stacked on one side of the desk with a pen and paper on the other, and a open book in front of the girl.


Darcy was the first character ever created for The Empower Empathy Early Series. She is a second grader who is creative, passionate, and hardworking. She loves to draw and paint anything but especially the places she aspires to travel to someday. Darcy’s experience with dyslexia is based on Abigail’s own personal experience in school. The […]

Children's Books, Dyslexia

May 8, 2023

Meet the Character: Darcy


Dear friends,  Don’t let the title decieve (deceive) you. This is not an apologie (apology) letter. This is a letter to our friends, family, bosses, coworkers, and anyone else in our lives who may not understand what it means to be dyslexic. It is so much more than just struggling with reading and writing, but […]

Dyslexia, Life

April 7, 2023

Sorry for the Typos. A Letter from your Dyslexic Friend.

White envelope filled with purple flowers on green stems. One green stem with about 4 small purple flowers is overlayed on the envelope.