After being diagnosed with autism at age seven, Keara faced various challenges socially and struggled to find acceptance from her peers.
- Keara Farnan
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In her 20s Keara still encounters similar struggles with dating and making friends. However, the obstacles she has faced throughout her life have helped shape her into the strong woman she is today.
I Only See in Black and White covers a wide range of topics, such as food sensitivities, rejection, employment for autistic individuals, and body image issues.
Through writing this book, Keara hopes that others with autism will be inspired to share their story and come to terms with their diagnosis.
Keara Farnan resides in Vancouver, B.C. and enjoys writing short stories and poetry in her spare time. She works part time and intends to write more books in the future. Apart from writing, she loves to cook, do volunteer work, hang out with friends, play guitar, and dine out with friends or family.
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I Only See in Black and White 2021-06-20
Journal style book by a young autistic woman