Finally my book has an official website.
After days of working on this site for my book, I can get back to blogging!
Welcome to the landscapes, mindscapes, and futurescapes of my geography journeys
The art of softie-making with children's drawings
Tell Your Story - Change the World
Award-Winning Author of Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed; Growing Up with Undiagnosed Autism shares her book, life, and insight into the mind of children and adults on the autism spectrum.
Ever Moving Forward
“It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer."
Images of People Photoblog
Posting things that matter........... to me.
Random Photography, Fine Art and Fashion
Autism speaks for itself. Say yes to diversity-Say no to Autism Speaks
what it comes down to
"Be a dew to the soil of the human heart."
Where Spiritual and Social Awareness Meet
writer . playwright . artist . activist . traveler
Finding beauty in the mess
Awesome crafts and ideas. Custom gifts for any occasion. Decoupage secrets and tips. Germany.
Aspergers, Autism, women, girls, female
Selective Mutism - More Than Quiet
wife, homeschooling mom of 2 sons, photographer, abolitionist to end modern-day slavery/human trafficking, aspiring missionary, minimalist/simplistic living, quilter
Writing about my experiences with: depression, anxiety, OCD and Aspergers
life fashion & more
MarkovichUniverse AT gmail DOT com
my daily life in poetry and practice
This blog site is the cat’s meow!
Through the microscope
Thoughts and Observations from Edward Roads
A mother / daughter blog covering two continents
Everybody has a story. Here's a little of mine.
one woman's thoughts about life on the spectrum
Neurodivergent literature and its craft
Life, Love, Spiritual Living and the odd Catastrophe.....
One Family's Tale
An Asperger perspective - curated by the Spectrum Scribe
I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. ~James Dean
Just another WordPress.com weblog
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“If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.”
A DAILY RITUAL OF WRITING