Daily post for Sunday 25th March 2012

Hi all,

A big apology for the lack of a daily post yesterday, I did manage a thought of the day and a book review but I am exhausted with the need to get up every 2 hours with my poorly 9 month old, Robbie.  He is much better but still very congested and wheezy, he needs his inhaler a lot at the moment although I am fortunate that he seems to like it and he is not a grumpy child, even when ill.

I am thinking about writing two books but don’t really know where to start, I am going to begin just jotting down some information. They are not novels, 1 will be about my son Joshua, his Asperger’s condition and how this affects the family, his schooling and many normal every day situations.  The other will be about things that have happened in my life, but this will be more difficult for me as I don’t want it to be an autobiography or a memoir.  I would like it to be a series of incidents written as fiction from a perspective of having lived through it.

I am continuing to review books and am considering doing author interviews but I would like to attempt to get the interviews published so I will not be posting them until I have the rights back, you may be waiting a while for the first one.  I will be interviewing Kevin Ashman, author of Vampire among many other books, first.  I will let you know how I am getting on.

My book club starts on Thursday, which I am very excited about although I have had no responses to my offer of letting followers join as virtual members.  We will be reading Room by Emma Donoghue first, see post under Book Club.

This is the last week of school and nursery for Joshua and Louis, they then have 2 weeks Easter holiday.  This can be a difficult time for me as I cannot take them out to keep them occupied, holidays are always spent at home with just one morning a week spent in town while I pay bills.  Not much fun for a baby, toddler and 9-year old with Aspergers’.  Any ideas for keeping them occupied at home, bearing in mind that with my disability I cannot do very much with them?

I hope you have all had a relaxing weekend!

See you tomorrow


~ by adelesymonds on March 25, 2012.

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