Alalia Cardozo

Author Bio

Alalia Cardozo

Alalia Cardozo

Alalia Cardozo is a disabled author who writes mainly from experience. She published her first book at the age of 19 and has been writing ever since. Her condition has made her wheelchair-bound but that doesn’t stop her from doing what she wants. After she finished school, she studied at University for one year before traveling through Europe, Sailing across the Atlantic, traveling through India and finally settling down in Zambia. Alalia has written and given presentations about her life and ambitions, raising money for different, charitable programs. She comes from a big, English family who supports her with whatever she does and so does her friends who also help her to be included and to get where she wants to go despite her physical difficulties. Alalia is a blogger and keeps her friends and family updated with photos and non-fictional stories about life in Zambia
Alalia Cardozo

Alalia Cardozo

Alalia Cardozo is a disabled author who writes mainly from experience. She published her first book at the age of 19 and has been writing ever since. Her condition has made her wheelchair-bound but that doesn’t stop her from doing what she wants. After she finished school, she studied at University for one year before traveling through Europe, Sailing across the Atlantic, traveling through India and finally settling down in Zambia. Alalia has written and given presentations about her life and ambitions, raising money for different, charitable programs. She comes from a big, English family who supports her with whatever she does and so does her friends who also help her to be included and to get where she wants to go despite her physical difficulties. Alalia is a blogger and keeps her friends and family updated with photos and non-fictional stories about life in Zambia

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