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All you would need is a good clear voice for reading without stammering or hesitation, and with a lively, instead of monotone voice. It wouldn't matter if you sat in a wheelchair, or had no use of arms and legs.
The same reading could be put on tape or CD. Besides audio, CD might have a graphics or flash movie version as well.
If you know, or could learn some web design skills, you could volunteer or make small paying arrangements with various authors to turn their books into e-books. If they have a website they might be happy to pay you a small commission on each downloadable copy sold alongside of their print book.
If they don't have a website - guess what - you have skill, so offer to build that author a simple one or two page website to sell her books. All it needs to be is a terrific sales letter with ordering links at bottom. You'd think writer could write up that effective sales letter, right? You'd just copy and paste it into web page.
Should it happen that you have more advanced skills, or they grow on you, why not set up a library, or bookstore of ebooks? Market it specifically to those who need benefit of being able to read a book on their computer.
Hey-hey, before too long even those with 20-20 vision will come snooping around, praising advantages of digital books. You'll be a trend-setter.
The whole publishing world is like it's just had an earthquake, and after-shocks haven't all hit yet. The dust hasn't settled on all changes coming. Be a Mover and a Shaker.
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