There’s a new post on the blog, and it’s a gift guide as to what to consider getting neurotypical people for Christmas. (I find it so difficult sometimes!) And I was lucky enough to work with some brilliant brands on this, who are all tagged.
I forgot to upload this yesterday l, due to being in a rather long meeting.. but: there’s a new post on the blog. And it’s a gift guide! What to get Autistic people for Christmas. Featuring @cocoaandheart , @popcornshed , @dingbatsnotebooks , @sntstationery , @iconbooks , @frompaperchase , @miatui and @stroopwafelworld . Link in the bio.
I went to meet three sources today, and we had a lot to talk about. I was given this book by one of them; Suffer The Children is by the Insight team at The Sunday Times. It’s no longer in print, and any copies are rare. I made some remark about wishing to read it months ago; my source, a Thalidomider, took it upon themselves to buy it, just because they wanted to say “thank you”. It wasn’t in exchange for anything; they merely wanted to help me research. They signed it, too. And now I feel like I want to cry 💝
Just in case you haven’t seen it yet; I guest posted over on @kate_jones50 ‘s blog. It’s all about books about journalism, by journalists, for journalists and students. (Though the latter are still arguably journalists.) Make sure you visit her blog; she’ll be guest posting for me on Monday!
There’s a new post on the blog, and it’s all about this @dingbatsnotebooks notebook, and what I thought when I set it up. Plus, it’s biodegradable, vegan, and has a wallet at the back; what more could you want? Link in the bio. And if you’d like to win your own, check out my pinned tweet.