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By: Ruby Redd

That Was Then

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Seen through the eyes of an Asperger’s female – who can be harder to detect – this immersive memoir shares a fascinating, absorbing, and emotive coming-of-age story. Struggling to appear ‘normal’ amid a dysfunctional family life, the protagonist’s inspirational tale highlights the strengths found in diversity.

Experience compelling adventures and experiences that follow her childhood and adolescent journey of self-discovery. With cohesive storytelling that leaves you longing for more, this must-read offers a perspective rarely portrayed in literature, one that both enlightens and entertains. It’s an inside look at success despite adversity as well as a valuable glimpse into the rarely portrayed mind of an Asperger’s girl pushing back against social norms in her quest to thrive as her true self.

The author has Asperger's syndrome and has faced many difficulties throughout her life. The mother of eight children. Grandmother to 14 children. This is her second book. The first book titled ‘Being Me’ tells of the incidences that have happened to her. She has had a career in education as a Lecturer, Teacher and a Nurse. Her passion is writing. She has a BA (Hons) in Humanities with English Language. She hopes that her books can give inspiration and hope to people on the same spectrum as well as carers.

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