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On the Horizon: News About Me

  • Posted on January 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM

First, I have some very talented people helping me to create a professional website in my long-ago acquired online turf, This transition will be very important to my changing business, but it will also impact my readers.

I’m still not sure how it’s all going to work, but essentially this blog is going to be ported to, merged with my other blog and with a new one, and organized by category: Writer, Advocate (that’s this one), and Marketer. Some of the old material will be dropped from the site (but not actual posts) and some new material will be available (more will be added as I’m able). In the end, it should be a wonderful website that has a lot more to offer, and is also easier for me to maintain.

This news leads directly into the next bit. I’m finally able to publishing Discovering Autism / Discovering Neurodiversity!!! Unless something changes dramatically in the next month, the e-book version will be available on Amazon and other retailers for immediate download, while the print version will be sold exclusively through, you guessed,

After my memoir is published, I will also be publishing some shorter works. The details will be forthcoming when everything is a little closer to being ready to go. Meanwhile, I’m plugging away on the manifesto, which will be the next full-length book to follow the memoir.

While I’m away…

  • Posted on June 25, 2012 at 8:00 AM

I just wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that I’ll be thinking about my book, “Embracing Chaos: Discovering Autism and Neurodiversity” while I’m away.

There’ll be a point in this book for contributions from others.  If you think you might be interested in including a statement or two, please let me know in the comments.