Tag Archives: autism

Duathlon race one, done!

My physio has had me on a running ban ever since I injured my knee in a cross country race on Dec 28th. When she first told me that while I ‘might’ be allowed to run by March but that I certainly wouldn’t be duathlon mileage fit in time, I …

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Print / Broadcast Media

BBC One – South Today At some point during 6th – 9th February Julian Clegg Breakfast Show BBC Radio Solent 9th February The Beacon February issue of Flagship (page 18) Pick Me Up magazine – week 42 2011 Portsmouth TV Live @ Five book show Daily Express The News Portsmouth …

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Why readers’ opinions matter

A couple of years ago I accidentally self published my memoir of growing up with undiagnosed autism. Yes, accidentally. It could only happen to me! If you want to know more about this fiasco then there is an full length article about it in the November 2010 issue of Writers’ …

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Being mouthy

Hello, nice to see you here again and a big welcome to anyone who is reading my blog for the first time. Come and join me on Scott Pack’s blog Me And My Big Mouth where I have written a guest blog post about writing, editing, being published by an …

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TV and noisy novel number three

On Tuesday 19th April I will be interviewed during a live book show by Sally Tickner from Portsmouth TV. The show airs at 5pm and lasts for 30 minutes. For those of you who would like to watch me talking about writing and autism but can’t do it at that …

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The ‘Wooden’ Boy

Sarah Barns was my guest judge this week and she is giving away tickets to The Baby Show which is taking place from 20th – 22nd May at Birmingham’s NEC. Sarah thought the *snerk* photo was hilarious and her favourite caption was submitted by Troy: “It will never last!” because …

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Versatility

I got this award from Debs and must now tell you seven things about myself before passing it on to seven other versatile bloggers. Thing one: I am a bit of a Heinz 57 mix of ethnicity. I apparently have some Sioux Indian, French Canadian, Black, Scottish, Gypsy and English …

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My first interview about being an autistic novelist

Hi everyone.  I am rather excited about being interviewed on Casdok’s blog today.  It is my first interview which focuses on the fact that I am an autistic novelist.  There are many creative autistic people, poets, writers, artists, and it is lovely to be able to celebrate that which defines …

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