Agatha Christie is the best selling and most translated author of all time. Her characters and stories are known worldwide, particularly Hercule Poirot, her famed Belgian detective and her legacy lives on through screen, stage and written adaptations. A lesser known fact of this remarkable woman is that she achieved all this and became a literary giant all while having dyslexia, she is a true inspiration to all!
In celebration of Richard Branson’s 67th birthday we take a quick look at how he got to where he is today, the impact of his dyslexia and his new charity aimed at supporting and providing early identification for those with dyslexia.
If W. B Yeats was alive he would be 152 today, sadly he isn’t, but his poems live on and he is widely regarded as one of the best poets and foremost figures of 20th century literature. A lesser known fact however is that it is also widely believed he had dyslexia. In …
Keira Knightley was born in the South London suburb of Teddington, daughter of actor Will Knightley and actress/playwright Sharman Macdonald. By the age of three she already knew she wanted to act and by six had an agent of her own.