I’ll be there as an exhibitor and author and I’ll be giving away ten autographed copies of Delightfully Different. The keynotes and noted speakers looks impressive, and I know there are over 200 speakers total.
Let me know if you are coming! I would love to meet you face to face, and I might even tell you where to find the best beaches and the best shave ice.
The Giveaway Bonanza at S-O-S Research officially ends tomorrow. Remember it is also you last chance to enter the giveaway for Rachel’s wonderful book, The Uncharted Path: My Journey with Late-Diagnosed Autism. I will be announcing the winner on Monday.
Tomorrow is the official end of Autism Awareness Month in the United States, but for those of us who love someone on the spectrum it is not the end of working to educate others. I will be a guest on Sunrise Hawaii News Now on Monday, May 2, 2011, so for those in Hawaii, please tune in if you are an early riser.
I am doing my gratitude post because I do have things that I am grateful about even when things are not easy at the moment.
I am so proud of my son. He brainstormed and decided that he would help promote my book on his personal Facebook page. Not bad for a kid who is in middle school! Here is what he posted:
“Autism awareness is something dear to my heart, to find out more go to www.authordswalker.com copy and paste this as u’r status if u like it.”
I am grateful that this giveaway along with my book, Delightfully Different is part of Danette’s Best of Best Series, Edition 5. I am grateful to Amanda at Rage Against the Washing Machine and to Trish at In So Many Words for reviewing and running giveaways of my novel. I grateful to Kajoli at Floortime Lite Mama for reviewing my novel and interviewing me about it.
This month’s series is a giveaway bonanza in honor of Autism Awareness month in the United States and all invisible special needs. The series includes fifty reviews so it is definitely worth a look. Just click on the banner or the link in the previous paragraph.
I ask for your continued support of my family with your positive thoughts and prayers. I promise to actually try to read and comment on some of your blogs this weekend as I have been so consumed with a personal issue that I am very behind in doing this. I want all of you to know I am so grateful to you.
I also would like to request that you pray for Jen at The King and Eye and her little boy who is undergoing more medical procedures to determine his diagnosis. Her last news was not good.
Blessings to all of you for your understanding and support!