- The book Everyday Aspergers was ten years in the making.
- The author, a former schoolteacher and respected leader in the autism community, was diagnosed with Aspergers in her mid-forties; she has dyslexia and dyspraxia.
- 1000s of copies have been given away for free.
- Everyday Aspergers is critically acclaimed by professionals and authors, including Steve Silberman of the best-selling book Neurotribes.
- The book was a fully self-funded project, including professional editing services, cover design, and top-notch publication services.
- The soft back book includes upgraded cover and page materials to address sensory needs of readers.
- The Kindle version is priced well below market price to ensure affordability to the autism community.
- Multiple pages were intricately edited over the years, with attention to word choice, imagery, word flow, and rhythm.
- The selections were refined from past memoirs, in addition to over 1000 pages of online writings.
- The author continues to raise awareness and provide support in the autism community, including her work at myspectrumsuite.com, her current blog Everyday Aspie, and her career as a job recruiter and manager for a tech company that employs autistics to work from home in the USA.
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Sam is currently actively seeking a literary agent.
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