I am writing an eBook about Autistic Burn Out. It will be part of a series of eBooks about women with Aspergers. The series is called I've been there too Darl. I'm looking for contributions from women who've got children... Continue Reading →
If I’m in a conversation with you, it’s a concentrated effort to think of things you may or may not know. It’s a challenge, so if you ask me a question, it will take me a while to think of an answer.
I'm learning about publishing online. These eBooks have a series of drafts. They are being revised and internally edited before going to an editor.
Recently I read a post in that closed group that gave me a feeling of dread. It was an Autistic mother explaining how her kids ostracized her.
Writing for this many months has been gratifying. Mainly because I've learned not to burn myself out. Going slow and steady seems to be serving me well.
The SBS Insight program "Trolls" (Oct 16th 2012) was very insightful on trolling, and why trolls do it.
I am hosting different meet ups during World Autism Awareness Month. It is in April. One for family and friends. One only for females with Aspergers.
At times I had to deal with feeling that my doctors weren't taking my writing efforts and issues seriously.