0

College Student Writes Novels with His Eyes

College Student Writes Novels with His Eyes

By Jaye Watson

He holds his father’s arm, guiding it through each of the five letters. This is the way first time novelist Kevin Enners will get his books signed. The crowd is beginning to form at Fox Tale Book Shoppe in Woodstock is filling up, well wishers and fans approaching Kevin.

“Congratulations,” says one man, grabbing Kevin’s shoulder. “That’s pretty cool!”

A boy approaches Kevin and asks, “This is your first book signing?” Kevin says, “Yeah.” “Were you excited for it?” the boy asks. “Yeah,” Kevin says again.

A published novel is just another accomplishment from this extraordinary young man. When we first met Kevin and his family three years ago, his dad Rich told us, “He doesn’t care what people thinks. If he wants to do, something he’ll do it. The word can’t is not in his vocabulary. He won’t say ‘I can’t do that because of this.'”

We first did a story about Kevin and his dad Rich when we found out they ran marathons together, with Kevin in a specially outfitted chair created by his dad. They not only ran marathons, they beat most of the people running the marathons. Rich says, “His heart rate will go 160, 170, sometimes 200 depending on how badly he wants to catch the guy in front of him.”

Read the full story here.

 

Join Our Family

Sign up for our free e-newsletter for more blogs, articles, and news about CP kids and their families.

Rate this post

FREE MEDICAL AND LEGAL RESOURCES

The Cerebral Palsy Survival Guide is a free, state-specific resource list for everything from everyday activities to emergency situations.

BI-WEEKLY E-NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Sign up for our e-newsletter to receive the latest in CP news, resources and

LATEST BLOG POSTS

Happy 10th Anniversary, CPFN!

By Lee Vander Loop What an exciting milestone! As an editor of the Cerebral Palsy Family Network, I’m honored to write this blog to commemorate this anniversary and reflect on…

Read more

10 Years After Lizzy’s Trial: Taking Care of Lizzy For Life. Thanks, Ken Suggs (p.3)

(Looking Back and Moving Forward – continued) The doctor’s attorney asked questions about “studies” and past testing from others and how this case compares. They were hoping for some genetic…

Read more