Interests and What Playing the Sims Taught Me About their Importance

(I've been trying a new writing style lately, not sure how it's going to work, but it's been interesting!) Something big occurred to me last night. This was one of those realizations that can change paradigms. I realized that we, just like Sims, get really sad and tense and frustrated when we don’t get to … Continue reading Interests and What Playing the Sims Taught Me About their Importance

I’m alive!

And I very nearly wasn't. As it turns out, I've been pretty severely depressed for years now. My alleged friend in 2018 took full advantage of my depressed state and by the time I'd started dating my girlfriend last summer (yes, I'm married to a man and have a girlfriend -- maybe I'll write more … Continue reading I’m alive!

Book Review: Simple Autism Strategies for Home and School

Today I'm reviewing Simple Autism Strategies for Home and School by Sarah Cobbe. There are many things I loved about this book, but there were just as many that I wasn't thrilled about. I'll start with the good first. My own personal philosophy of parenting and the needs of Autistic people can probably be summed … Continue reading Book Review: Simple Autism Strategies for Home and School

Book Review: An Unkindness of Ghosts

Today I'm reviewing An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon. This is an excellent book, first of all. It has solid worldbuilding, nuanced characters, deeper meanings behind daily experiences, and a quality that I can only describe as #OwnVoices authenticity. Representation is vital and it really makes a huge difference when the author is a member … Continue reading Book Review: An Unkindness of Ghosts