Interview: Graeme Simsion on the legacy of The Rosie Project

In this special podcast interview, we chat to Graeme Simsion, the internationally bestselling author of The Rosie Project trilogy, The Best of Adam Sharp, The Novel Project, and more. We chat about the impact of The Rosie Project, and representation of autism across the series. Graeme shares insights into his writing process, his upcoming projects,Continue reading “Interview: Graeme Simsion on the legacy of The Rosie Project”

Why I Have Mixed Feelings About The Good Sister

Fern Castle works in her local library. She has dinner with her twin sister Rose three nights a week. And she avoids crowds, bright lights and loud noises as much as possible. Fern has a carefully structured life and disrupting her routine can be . . . dangerous. When Rose discovers that she cannot fallContinue reading “Why I Have Mixed Feelings About The Good Sister”

Interview with Kay Kerr

In this special episode, we chat to Kay Kerr, author of Please Don’t Hug Me and the newly released Social Queue. Topics include: autism representation, Kay’s writing processes for both of her books, and self-care. We also discuss Please Don’t Hug Me in spoilery details in the second half of the episode (we’ll let youContinue reading “Interview with Kay Kerr”

Please Don’t Hug Me

So, we are experimenting with blog-only reviews. Why? Because producing a podcast episode takes a lot of time and energy, and sometimes we want to get our thoughts out there without all the labour attached! Not that blog posts are exactly instant but, you know, they are much easier to create. So make sure toContinue reading “Please Don’t Hug Me”

S01E04 – The Kiss Quotient

Can you practice romance? Stella Lane thinks so. In this episode, we talk about The Kiss Quotient, a romance novel by Helen Hoang. It tells the story of Stella Lane, an econometrician with Asperger’s, who decides to hire Michael Phan, an escort, to teach her intimacy and romance. We discuss Autism Spectrum Disorder, the relationshipContinue reading “S01E04 – The Kiss Quotient”