I have recently begun writing various articles for 30seconds.com, an excellent website that brings together tips and information from a wide range of people. My most recent piece is about the need for acceptance and accommodation to support autistic people.
I had the great honour today of introducing 55 P7 students to the concept of Social Enterprise while also discussing what makes a great book. We had a lively conversation and these bright, interested kids jumped into activities and question
Have you always felt you had something to say, a story to tell, but couldn’t figure out the way to do it? Or has someone told you that your story doesn’t fit in with what people want to hear?
Interesting insight to the process of writing historical fiction from a Highland author. If you are interested in children’s historical fiction, Cranachan Publishing is the place to go.
Magic Lantern Books is an independent publisher in Inverness, Scotland shining light on autistic authors & illustrators, building pathways to employment in publishing for autistic people.