Boy Without Instructions

I have the pleasure today of reviewing a book written by a colleague of mine, Penny Williams. It’s called “Boy Without Instructions” and it’s Penny’s account of raising her son, nicknamed Ricochet, and helping him make his way through school and life with ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and other challenges. Ricochet is a gifted […]

100 Days to Christmas! Gasp!

First of all, relax. It’s a little more than 100 days to Christmas. That begins September 16. 😉 No, what I’m talking about is today’s release of this years Christmas planning ebook from Jennifer at ListPlanit. If you hop over there NOW and buy it today, you get it for FIVE DOLLARS. Imagine being totally […]

Meet Kristyn: Against All Odds

I recently did a review of a wonderful book called “Easy to Love but Hard to Raise – Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories”. This week the editors of the book, Kay Marner and Adrienne Ehlert Bashista, are doing a blog tour to promote the book. Oh and be sure to visit the book’s blog […]

OMG! A Must Read!

I’ve never written a post title like that before. It’s just not me. But on the other hand, it’s been a long time since I’ve read a book that touched me as much as “Easy to Love but Hard to Raise” edited by Kay Marner and Adrienne Ehlert Bashista. The rest of the title tells […]

Why Women Need Fat

Following is a book review for “Why Women Need Fat” by William D. Lassek, M.D. and Steven J.C. Gaulin, PhD. I was compensated for the review, but the opinions are mine. You may wonder how that is relevant to a blog about women who have Attention Deficit Disorder. In fact, it is very relevant. If […]

Just Like You

Note: I received a copy of this book in order to review it. I agreed to do so beforehand because I was impressed with the concept and the fact that the sales proceeds are going to charity. We learn some of life’s most important messages when we are very young. We learn them from our […]