Mustafa Erol, 34, who lives in Aydın's Efeler district, is a cerebral palsy patient who cannot use his hands or feet. He is writing a book about the hardships of people with disabilities in social life by using his nose to type. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, his mother Hatice Erol said that her son was born with cerebral palsy, as he suffered from asphyxiation during delivery. She said she was surprised when her son asked her for a computer because he cannot use his hands. To avoid disappointing him, she bought him a new computer. She said that nobody believed that he could use it. He received a distance education to complete primary, secondary and high school and then studied public relations for two years and holds a bachelor's degree in business management from the Open University.Showing great determination, Erol developed a unique strategy to use his computer. "Mustafa is fond of reading books. So far, he has read around 400 books, including novels and encyclopedias. He is also interested in writing books. He was determined and started to use the keyboard with his nose," his mother said. He has written a 200-page book over three years. "Everyone was surprised when he achieved this," she added. His father, Emin Erol, said the book mirrors the sufferings of people with disabilities. He said his son gives a social message with his book. "He has nearly finished it. He is trying to say that if he can write a book as a disabled person, healthy people can do much more. When the book is finished, we will publish it as an exemplary work that will contribute to society," he said.President Erdoğan made a phone call to Erol yesterday to congratulate him for his diligence about holding on to life. Erdoğan also promised to visit him at their home on his visit to Aydın province.