Monthly Archives: August 2017
Hello! Welcome to our first ever Monday morning chat! Continue reading
As we researched autism and all of the senses the condition affects, we discovered that to Scott — to his brain’s situational awareness in the world where all of his senses come in unfiltered and out of sync — his perception is that his life did depend on him clinging to me. Much like vertigo can attack someone with a fear of heights, as soon as those wheels wobbled even fractionally on his bike, his brain immediately told him that his life was in peril. No amount of encouragement could redirect him long enough to focus on his other senses and control the bike.
To our little third wheel, he felt like he was drowning while fleeing from a shark. Continue readingPin It
After publishing A Harmony for Steve last September, my life got incredibly and overwhelmingly consuming and writing just stopped for me. I would sit at my computer every day and just.not.produce. I plotted out three different 4-book series and wrote the first three chapters of the first three books of each series and found myself totally unable to go forward. Every word that came out of me was forced in an agonizing way. Continue reading