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Timing Is (Almost) Everything

Two big things are happening soon. First, my website http://www.StephanieAllenCrist.com is getting a much needed overhaul at the hands of experts in digital marketing. Second, my memoir, Discovering Autism / Discovering Neurodiversity is being self-published in both electronic and print … Continue reading

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Plans for the New Year

I’ve been working on my “first” book for a while now.  Technically, I wrote several unsalvageable drafts of my first novel years ago.  But that’s not what I’m talking about.  I have a book contract with Influence Publishing for a … Continue reading

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The Trouble with Chronology

When writing a memoir, chronology takes on a level of importance I don’t usually associate with my memories.  The way I remember events has to do with poignant moments, some of which are interrelated with other poignant moments, others are … Continue reading

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Accuracy and Passion

I am writing my memoir of the early years with my three children of autism.  I’ve planned out and edited books that were driven by information.  This is very different.  It’s an interesting experience for my writing, because it’s much … Continue reading

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