It’s A Dream Come True

Wow, I’m amazed at the response I’ve received since launching my first ever book. If you’re not aware, I’ve written and published my first ever book about my life living with Aspergers. I tell my story from a mental health hospital after suffering a psychotic episode, I tell my running tales after running the London Marathon and Bournemouth Marathon, my Drama tales after playing the Wizard Of Oz and other stage plays whilst going through other parts of my life like how I built up confidence to go into a shop.

So far I’ve raised an amazing ยฃ55 for Oxfordshire Mind after selling nearly 30 copies. It’s a dream come true for me as I want to be able to tell my story whilst inspire others to do things outside their comfort zone and do things they wouldn’t ordinarily do. I’m a great believer in autism being a talent not a disability and I highlight this in my book. If you’d like to buy a copy on Amazon, click here.

“The Response Has Been Incredible.”

That’s not all, I’ve been included in the Banbury Guardian newspaper, on page 3 of all pages and I have two interviews organised. One with the Sunnybank Trust. They call their shows the Sunny Sessions and are aimed at people with Learning Disabilities. Best of all, I’ve made a friend with Aspergers who’s actually going to interview me, he’s so kind and actually read my book through twice! I haven’t had the interview yet but once it’s broadcast I’ll post the link here. Lastly, I’m also going to be interviewed on Puritans Radio, a hospital radio in Oxfordshire. I’m very much looking forward to each interview!

3 responses to “It’s A Dream Come True”

  1. Fantastic news Dan, we are so proud and pleased for you. And to be your grandparents. Love you lots Nanny and Grampy xx


  2. I’m so proud of you Dan. When you go for something you do it with everything you’ve got. Lots of love Mum ๐Ÿ’œ


  3. Congratulations. It sounds like you’ve been busy, the book sounds really interesting, I’ll have to check it out. Again well done ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ


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