A heartwarming case study of how self-publishing empowered a special project that has made a real difference to the life of its autistic young co-author – resulting in books that fill a real gap in the market.
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A heartwarming post by indie author Julie Day, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, about her new Rainbow School series of books for children with special needs
Interesting and inspiring case study of an indie author who has applied her career experience to write non-fiction books for and about children with special needs.
The high-profile Hachette debate, the sockpuppet saga and many other issues have often caused authors and readers to damn all things Amazonian, including the Kindle. Ereaders as a whole are often criticised as the enemy of books, reading, libraries, culture, civilisation… The more positive take on ereaders is less often told: that those with certain medical […]