If you've read Dr. Atwood's comprehensive guide to Asperger's, you'll recognize some of the stories in this fun to read biography. The expanded version (2015) provides an update since it was originally written in 1999, and as @royinpink noted, there's some useful tips at the end.
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Pretending to be Normal 2014-04-11
Living with Asperger's Syndrome