The Winner twins have presented amazing talks and panels to help aspiring writers and artists.
I've followed these two girl's careers since they first presented their novel at the book festival I volunteered for. They continuously amazed me at their energy and creativity and heart. The classes they teach to get other kids into writing are inspired in their accessibility from the girls' friendly manners to everything from conference call to in-person sessions. I've sat in on a couple of their workshops at conventions and was impressed by the ease in which they connect with the audience and in turn, the ease in which I could use the methods they suggest we use to make a story segment of our own. I definitely support this nonprofit and hope they reach more kids to overcome their reservations and ignite their creative sparks.
I met the Twins 3 years ago at a San Diego Convention. When I saw and read their work I was amazed and started to think in giving the characters I make a story to tell. After that encounter I started writing and my book was published this year. So I'll be always grateful for the motivation they gave just by talking to them a bit that day :D
The twins are two of the most motivated and brilliant people I've been privileged to work with. Their nonprofit reflects their passion for learning and sharing their belief that anyone can triumph over any obstacle!
Two young ladies with a lot of passion for what they do and have great hearts for people. They are talented writers, authors and thinkers.
I attended this Wondercon Panel put on my their non profit there was hundreds of people in the room. It was educational, fun and motivating!
I first met Brittany and Brianna when I was working for a local technology integrator in Southern California, looking for ways to help schools see that video in the classroom was beneficial. Brittany and Brianna are absolute sweethearts and their intentions are purposefully, and sincerely motivated.
The girls dealt with what many more kids are dealing with at an alarming rate today, being told they can't. Kids develop an idea that they are stupid or other descriptors simply because someone may say so. As a child who grew up with ADHD and issues more on the impulsive and behavioral side, their motivation resonates with me.
The charity seeks to help kids more than in the short term through a class, but the long term by changing their perception of what is possible through application. The class is not just creative writing but also disability awareness and anti bullying that brings kids together.
I hope to be able to do whatever I can to help their message go wide and farther than it already has, which is pretty far. If you want your child's teacher to learn more, tell them. If you want your principal to hear about it, let them know.
If you're wondering whether to help, please don't.
I had these girls come to talk to the students they were knowledgeable and inspirational.
I love this non profit, they help a lot of special ed kids.
Reading and writing can be a daunting pursuit and even more so if there is a disability. These young ladies, Brittany and Brianna Winner, have an inspiring story to share that imparts love, strength, and the will to overcome. Their techniques are a source of inspiration for aspiring authors. So good!!
Brittany and Brianna Winner are a pair of the most beautiful-minded, hearted and souled young ladies with a gift and a life story that inspires and gives hope to many. They are highly recommendable with what they have to share with many and the world with their writing, character, and teachings. Do check them out.
Saw these girls at Silicon Valley comic con
They did a great talk about writing
Your own book overcoming obstacles
There story was so inspirational.
I saw these girls give an incredible motivational speech at our high school
They also talk us great techniques for writing . It really helped me because I have learning disabilities also