Neurodiversity in Writing – Part Two

Welcome back to the second part of our monthly discussion! As it’s Autism Awareness Month, we’ve decided to take the opportunity to discuss neurodiversity in writing. Check out Part One here. Neurodiversity means recognising and respecting neurological differences. This covers a range of labels from Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, ADHD, Dyscalculia, the Autistic …

Writing on the Spectrum

April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day, and to kick off our monthly theme of neurodiversity, Corinne, our resident expert and an Aspie herself, sat down with some other group members to talk about life on the spectrum.  Autism is a developmental disorder. The causes are unknown, but discoveries have …

Author Interview with J.E. Klimov

Today, the Just-Us League are happy to share a new release from one of our members! J.E. Klimov’s fantasy novel, The Aeonians, is now available to buy from Amazon. I’ve invited J. to stop by, to ask her a few questions about her book. The Aeonians Isabel Deran only wants …

Interviews in the Shadows: Hanna Day

Meet Hanna Day, author of The Renewal- Hanna Day is a writer from Southern California with an interest in history, fantasy and the deep, dark existential horrors of the unknown. When not contemplating the vastness of space or writing, she works as a digital marketer. “The Renewal” was inspired by the …

Interviews in the Shadows: Cassandra Lee Yieng

Meet Cassandra Lee Yieng, author of Don’t Offend a Girl in Love– Education is everything to Cassandra Lee Yieng. A writer, artist, musician, mathematician, computer scientist and more, she enjoys breaking the barriers between art, science, and business. Because of her unusual background, she has written articles, given speeches, and tweeted …

Under the Microscope: The Just-Us League

Kristen Kooistra, author of Heart of the Winterland, is the founder of this group with the intention to establish a place where every one of its members benefits and mutually helps others. As the Just-Us-League evolved, Heather Hayden, author of Augment, established herself as Queen Bee and led any willing participant …