Writing a novel is difficult enough, let alone when you can type with only one finger.
But that’s what Liu Xiaolin, a 25-year-old woman with cerebral palsy, did — six times over.
According to People’s Daily Online, Xiaolin begins writing, using just her right thumb, every day on her computer following breakfast. Over four years, she’s written six novels, a total of 2 million words.
Xiaolin started writing after a lack of money and poor health caused her to leave school. She turned to her laptop, which was a gift from her father, to write love stories that reflected her world and dreams, and they quickly drew the attention of several people who read them online.