The Beautiful Books #23: March 2017

Welcome to another installment of The Beautiful Books, where I bather on about my current WIP Novel Project, which would be Orion - Volume II in the Pushing Boundaries series (yeah, I know, it says Scorpius is the title of Volume II on the Pushing Boundaries link page, clearly I need to change that, Scorpius … Continue reading The Beautiful Books #23: March 2017

My Treasure Chest – Part 3: What I Got For Christmas

Image Description: a collection of gifts wrapped in Christmas themed wrapping paper (I’ll go into detail within the post). What can be seen is a large Kids &Co. multi-coloured large bouncy ball, a pink pig critter puff, a pink and yellow slinky, a large blue balloon filled with flour, a pink circle with raised dots … Continue reading My Treasure Chest – Part 3: What I Got For Christmas

Audio Stimming: Postmodern Jukebox

In my family, Music is a big deal, and every Christmas I would make Mix-Tape Style CD's for my friends and family. Unfortunately, one of my parents would regularly work Christmas Day, and would listen to the CD on the way to work. My father is a walking encyclopedia on the History of Music. If … Continue reading Audio Stimming: Postmodern Jukebox

My Treasure Chest – Part 3: Squish

Yet another Stim-Toy post, I quite enjoy writing up these posts and I can only hope my readers also enjoy this kind of thing (especially with Christmas coming up). Links to check out before we begin: ~Eldritch Esoterica: Stim Toy Wishlist ~Eldritch Esoterica: Open Hostility and Critter Puffs I bought these for Kim over E-bay, … Continue reading My Treasure Chest – Part 3: Squish

The Beautiful Books #21: September

It's time for another installment of The Beautiful Books - September Edition. Unfortunately, the effort of trying to make sure Pushing Boundaries: Volume One is ready for publishing, I've been a bit slack with regards to blogging (sorry about that) so naturally I fell a bit behind and am now #LowKeyPanicking especially now that this … Continue reading The Beautiful Books #21: September

My Treasure Chest – Part 1: Beads

Before I begin, I would like readers to check out these links first as I'll be using these posts as references: ~Eldritch Esoterica: I had a little birthday money. ~Eldritch Esoterica: Bead Ring Necklaces ~Eldritch Esoterica: This is my on-the-go stim toy collection ~Eldritch Esoterica: ‘Fuzzy Coin Purse’ and ‘Fuzzy Pencil Case’ made by Yoobi … Continue reading My Treasure Chest – Part 1: Beads

The Beautiful Books #20: August

Welcome to another installment of The Beautiful Books, this one focuses on appearance and description, so this installment will probably be a little more lackluster than usual, I'm certain I have mentioned short and tall far too many times. I know what my strengths are and description is not one of them, however perhaps I … Continue reading The Beautiful Books #20: August

Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s by John Elder Robison

Title: Look Me In The Eye: My Life with Asperger's Author: John Elder Robison Social Media: Blog, Facebook, Goodreads and Twitter Publisher: RHA eBooks Adult, imprint of Penguin Random House Australia Format and Price: eBook at $10.99 Rating: 4 out of 5 About The Author: I was born in rural Georgia, where my dad worked … Continue reading Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s by John Elder Robison

Atypical: Life with Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters by Jesse A. Saperstein

Title: Atypical: Life with Asperger's in 20 1/3 Chapters Author: Jesse A. Saperstein Social Media: Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter and YouTube Publisher: TarcherPerigee, imprint of Penguin Publishing Group Price and Format: eBook at $15.79 Rating: 4 out of 5 stars About The Author: Jesse A. Saperstein is a best-selling author, autism advocate and motivational speaker. He … Continue reading Atypical: Life with Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters by Jesse A. Saperstein

NaNoWriMo 2015: Week 1 Overview

This week I have really struggled to get my word counts down, I was aiming to do two thousand words a day but I'm barely managing to get one thousand eight hundred words a day, which I know is better than no words at all but it's a little disappointing as last year I was … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015: Week 1 Overview