World Autism Awareness: “World Autism Day? No! World Autism WEEK!”

The sixth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2013.  Today, I am excited to share a word from Nicole Storey, who says:

World Autism Day? No! World Autism WEEK!  As an author and a mother of an autistic child, I try to do my part to support autism, whether it be research, grants for people with autism, therapy, resources for parents, and the like. World Autism Day gives the world a chance to show their support for all autistic individuals and I want to do my part.


So, with that in mind, my publisher, Inknbeans Press ( and I are offering a special edition e-book that includes all three titles of the Grimsley Hollow series written so far for only $6.99! With every purchase of this book, a donation will be made to Autism Speaks. The book will be available for purchase from Monday (4-1-13) until Friday (4-5-13) ONLY!

For those who aren’t familiar with Grimsley Hollow, I got the idea for the series from my son, and he is the main character and hero of the books. It is a YA fantasy with a touch of paranormal and a lot of Halloween! It is recommended for ages 10 and up.

Please consider grabbing a copy of this book and helping autistic individuals everywhere. Remember, not all heroes wear capes and these extraordinary people ARE heroes! Here are the links below:

Nicole Storey’s Face Book Page:

Twitter: @Nicole_Storey

Amazon US:

Amazon UK:

Barnes and Noble:

Kobo Books:

Thanks so very much for your support! Together, we can make a difference!


Thanks for the inspiration, Nicole!

“Don’t underestimate a person with autism. Try to understand them”


“I don’t need autism awareness. Autism acceptance will do just fine”


“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid”


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  1. Leigh said:

    Wow congrats on the books! That’s fantastic. Also great to give money to such a worthy group.

  2. This really is such a great way to raise awareness, especially for something like autism. Love the quotes too!

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