Tell Us Your Autism Story!

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Shine a Light on Autism
Tell Us Your Autism Story!

Our autism story is about a boy with Aspergers Syndrome. Meet my son, Jonathan, and listen to his journey in his own words:

His is one autism story! But everyone on the autism spectrum is unique and special so please share your autism stories with us so we can publish them and shine a light on autism. Together we can create a world of understanding and acceptance.

    Pick a topic and tell us your autism story. We learn from each other's journeys and discover that we are not alone. And those outside the autism community gain a real understanding and appreciation for those on the autism spectrum. Together, we can change how the world views autism..one story at a time.
  • By submitting your story, you are giving us permission to publish it on our website and share across our social media. Guidelines are between 500-750 words.
  • Include an image with your story. In the description tell us more about the image and the photo credit. By submitting your photo you are giving us permission to publish it and allowing us to do some photo fixing if necessary.
  • Please include your name as you would like it to be credited in the post.
  • Please provide your email so we can contact you if we have any questions. Your email will NOT be published or shared.
  • Please include your website (if you have one) so we can link to it.
  • Please include your Facebook page if you have one and would like us to link to it.
  • Thank you for sharing your story! Now some legal stuff: By submitting content for publication on Geek Club Books, you agree to abide by our Privacy Policy and Disclaimer as stated on our website. We reserve the right to remove or not publish submissions without prior notice.
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