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fictional asd characters in books

  1. Jenisautistic

    Another novel writing question about disability

    How do you make a story more general Or not specific to a topic that nobody really reads about For example I’m talking about special education in my story and I don’t want to have to refer to the specific terms that people might have to keep looking up or get confused by Or at worst cringe...
  2. KillingBMan

    Fictional spectrum characters?

    Does anyone know of any good fiction books that have characters in them that are on the spectrum. I love reading and when a good has a spectrum character I feel like I can relate to them and understand them more than I can normal characters. Would love to hear any and all recommendations [emoji4]
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