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Holly loves doing experiments and learning new things in science class!
But when she finds out the next experience is making slime, she's worried. Slime is made with glue, and glue is sticky. Holly has sensory issues because of her autism and doesn't like anything sticky! With help from family and her teacher, Holly receives the accommodations and encouragement she needs to give slime a try.
J. Malia - Author
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To some, Hannah Jones has it all. After all, she acts on the hottest tv show in the country.
She gets to rub shoulders with the nation's biggest stars. She seems to lead a life of glamour and riches. But few know the truth. Hannah, an underpaid casual actress, could lose her job at any moment. Furthermore, she is guarding a shameful secret. Autistic, Hannah has suffered years of unemployment. Acting is not only her dream job. It is also the only job she can do. And what about that ultimate nerd, Christopher, who keeps asking her out? For so long she has spurned him. But when her notoriety as an actress puts her life in danger, he just might be the one to save her... or he might be the one behind it.
This heartwarming memoir tells the story of an extraordinary bond between a mother and daughter. It will move you to tears in one moment and surprise you with amusement in the next. When Michelle suffers the traumatic, sudden death of her mother, she is inconsolable. Grief on the autism spectrum is not often discussed. Contrary to many myths, this book demonstrates how autistic people deeply feel. It mines the depth of human emotion and is like no other book about grief. Experience Michelle's transformation following her late diagnosis of autism and gain deeper insight into the emotional lives of autistic women. At the same time, discover unique strategies for healing after loss. If you are grieving, autistic or not, this book will give you comfort, hope, even inspiration, as it shows us that death is not the termination of all possible connection between us and those we love so dearly.
E. Kathryn - Author
Her Virtue: A Phantom's Revelry.
Her innocence lost, Christine Daaé is in despair. She has no family to go to. Her fiancé is about to cast her off. She is just an orphan. A singer from Sweden, with a scandalous past as a dancer.
She is driven into the arms of the one man prepared to rescue her. The one man who will accept her despite her loss of innocence. The one man who will kill to save her… and does. The madman. The genius. The legend. Erik, the phantom of the opera!
Christine has to be honest with herself. This hideously deformed criminal is her true love. Will their soul connection, and his desire to live a normal life, make him the loving husband he has always yearned to be? Or is his mind twisted beyond repair?
M. D. Riksman - Author
Are You Grieving? Are You Autistic? Or Do You Love Someone on the Autism Spectrum?
E. Kathryn - Author
Abandoned in a strange town, orphan Tessa has nothing but her stunning looks to help her survive.
She catches the eye of two very different men. Tony, star of the music hall stage, hideously deformed but somehow seductive, wants her to perform alongside him. Rich and handsome Riley, on the other hand, offers her a peaceful life with the gentry.
Tessa’s choice leads to a scandalous career as a magician’s assistant. But before too long, she realizes there is a sinister force behind the scenes. Something which could see her glorious new life ending in a bloody and gruesome final act. Which man is prepared to save her? As her fate hangs in the balance, Tessa will at last learn the meaning of love.
E.Kathryn - Author
E Kathryn - Author
A collection of fractured fairy tales.
A brave soldier, a foolish king, a cheeky lord, a seductive fairy, and a lucky peasant. Join them all for this wild ride!
E. Kathryn - Author
Barb Cook and 14 other autistic women describe life from a female autistic perspective, and present empowering, helpful and supportive insights from their personal experience for fellow autistic women.
Michelle Garnett's comments validate and expand the experiences described from a clinician's perspective, and provide extensive recommendations. Autistic advocates including Liane Holliday Willey, Anita Lesko, Jeanette Purkis, Artemisia and Samantha Craft offer their personal guidance on significant issues that particularly affect women, as well as those that are more general to autism. Contributors cover issues including growing up, identity, diversity, parenting, independence and self-care amongst many others. With great contributions from exceptional women, this is a truly well-rounded collection of knowledge and sage advice for any woman with autism.
Being Seen: Memoir of an Autistic Mother, Immigrant, And Zen Student.
Being Seen is a memoir about a woman with autism struggling not only to be seen, but to be understood and respected. Anlor Davin grew up in a small town on the Western coast of France. From earliest childhood she was beset by overwhelming sensory chaos and had trouble navigating the social world. Only many years later did she learn that she was autistic. Throughout childhood, Anlor struggled to hold her world together and in many ways succeeded: she became an accomplished young tennis player, competing even at the level of the French Open. However, in addition to her autism a dark history hung over her family―a history that she did not fully understand for years to come. Without yet having a name for her world-shattering condition, Anlor headed to a new life in America.
But she now had to contend with the raw basics of survival in a new culture, speaking a new language, and without support from her family. Through incredible effort, Anlor was able to parlay her knowledge of the French language into a job teaching in the notorious South Side neighborhood of Chicago, one of America's most violent. Anlor married, had a child, and even dreamed that she might be able to pass as a neurotypical person. The grim toll of daily compensating for her autism and “pretending to be normal” proved too great a challenge and Anlor’s life imploded.
A. Davin - Author
She spiraled downward into a kind of hell, losing her marriage and her beloved son. Desperate, Anlor moved west to California, where she found a mysterious and ancient tradition of spiritual practice from the Far East―zen. Through this profound meditation and community she was able to slowly rebuild her life, this time with honest acceptance of the challenge she faced. The path took her through extreme emotional and physical duress but―at last―led to proper medical diagnosis and treatment of her autism. Today, Anlor works to help people understand her way of being, and the value of basic meditative practice in living and thriving with autism.
A funny-serious own-voices story about what happens when you stop trying to be the person other people expect you to be and give yourself a go.
Erin is looking forward to schoolies, at least she thinks she is. But her plans are going awry. She’s lost her job at Surf Shack after an incident that clearly was not her fault, and now she’s not on track to have saved enough money. Her licence test went badly, which was also not her fault: she followed the instructor’s directions perfectly. And she’s missing her brother, Rudy, who left almost a year ago. But now that she’s writing letters to him, some things are beginning to make sense.
Kay Kerr’s Please Don’t Hug Me depicts life on the cusp of adulthood—and on the autism spectrum—and the complexities of finding out and accepting who you are and what’s important to you.
K. Kerr - Author
Caireen passes him every day in the park. A man who does not speak to her. But she knows he is a kindred spirit. She can see it in his eyes. They gaze at each other with gentle understanding… and she feels herself falling in love with him.
Then one day he becomes dreadfully ill. Caireen finally speaks to him. After rushing him to hospital, she finds he has made her power of attorney. And willed everything… his entire estate… to her. He will save her from her poverty. If he dies.
While Luke hovers on the brink of life and death, Caireen must make a decision. Whether she should stick by this lonely man… or go with the wonderful Kevin, who brings such fun and energy into her life. It is a decision she cannot take lightly.
E. Kathryn - Author
From new author Janey Klunder comes a tale of loss, love, and finding your own way... even when it feels like you are losing your mind.
Meet Tiger Lily, a lonely twentysomething who works as a checkout girl at a local supermarket in Scotland. Tiger Lily loves writing lists and finding fancy stationary to write them on. Her boss thinks she's lazy, her family thinks she's odd, and she's about to learn that there are many others like her. Over the course of one seminal year, Tiger Lilly will make friends near and far, have a man fly halfway across the globe just to meet her, and fall in love not once, but twice.
And it all starts with five simple words that threaten to spin her world into more chaos than she ever imagined, unless she can learn to accept herself and find her own path.
J. Klunder - Author
In this sequel to 2014's The Spectrum Chick, find out what happens after Tiger Lily falls in love.
Tiger Lily has come to peace with the five words that threw her life into chaos less than two years ago. She is happy in her relationship, unhappy with her job, and finding out just what friendship means to both "normal" people and others with Asperger's.
Grow with Tiger Lily as she continues seeking to find herself, make new friends - and even some new enemies. Cry when old friends fall away, laugh when new ones come up. Can her seemingly perfect relationship last? Will she ever be able to escape from the supermarket? Will she ever become a mother herself? Just how will Tiger Lily come to embrace her new motto - that Asperger's is what is RIGHT with her?
J. Klunder - Author
Four years ago, Tiger Lily's world was completely turned around by five innocent words.
Now her life is about to be turned around again with three more. Join Tiger Lily in this conclusion to The Spectrum Chick Trilogy as she continues to search for love, friendship and acceptance, having finally escaped from the ever dreadful supermarket! And as always, along the way there will be hilarity, hijinks, Pride, and lists. Always lists.
J. Klunder - Author
What do you do when your boyfriend’s mate turns out to be a disgusting pervert, but nobody believes you?
Not your boyfriend, and not his sister – who also happens to be your roommate? After one bad New Years’ Eve party young Bernadette finds herself with no boyfriend, no roommate, and no dignity. Great start to the year. Her luck appears to be changing when she meets the amazingly sexy and sweet Jules, who works in her building… and needs a place to live, fast. Grabbing the opportunity, Bernadette offers him her spare room and fantasizes about romantic cosy nights in. Her dreams are crushed when soon after, Jules reveals to Bernadette his big secret: he's gay. But he has an even bigger favour to ask her... will she be his fake girlfriend, so that he doesn't have to come out of the closet so soon after arriving in Scotland from the States?
Her mates think she’s mad, but he’s so kind and lost… and gorgeous… how can she say no? And Jules promised Bernadette that their weird arrangement would come to an end if she met someone. But the identity of Bernadette's next crush - his own brother - might be a push too for all of them...
J. Klunder - Author
A Song to Sing.
Tenderly raised in a secret brothel in the Tower of London, Lily is its most beautiful prostitute. She is the darling of all the soldiers. She acts out their most perverted fantasies.
But she is also the subject of jealousy. This jealousy eventually gets her condemned. On a trumped-up charge of treason. Lily flees the only home she has ever known. Wandering aimlessly through England, she finds her true vocation as a singer. Can Jack, her true love, protect her? Or will she be swept back to the Tower… in chains?