Originally Posted by Chase
I have two novels completed in an amateur detective series where the protagonist is deaf (and his communications helper/romantic interest is confined to a wheelchair). The first book is making the rounds to attract an agent to push it to publishers.
My current work-in-progress features a deaf bee keeper working on colony collapse disorder, the mysterious malady causing honeybees to disappear.
Most works with a deaf lead now published are biographical. I know a few other deaf writers and am hoping some are working with deaf protagonists in fiction.
I'm glad to hear that. I wish you luck with the publishers; I'll be one of the first to attend your book signing!
Yes, I agree about the biographical genre. I have several biographical volumes. While they are very interesting reads all, I sometimes simply want to be entertained with my reading.