LAURA JAMES is an author and journalist and the owner of a communications agency. Her writing has appeared in many national and international newspapers and magazines. When not frantically fighting deadlines, she can generally be found hiding under a duvet with a stack of good books and lots of chocolate. She is the mother of four adult children and lives with her husband their dogs and cat in North Norfolk. Since her autism diagnosis she has campaigned for autism awareness and acceptance.
Laura James on dealing with a diagnosis of autism as an adult, an exclusive extract from her powerful memoir Odd Girl Out.
RT @CaroleTonkinson: The awesome @_NatashaDevon talking about A Beginner’s Guide to Being Mental today @booksbybluebird https://t.co/P5R3A…
by @Girl_by_the_Aga - 21 hours ago
@meg_avent Wow! Just when you think things can't get any worse...
by @Girl_by_the_Aga - 2 days ago
RT @nwalton2502: JP Morgan stepping up its efforts to hire people with #autism, planning to employ several hundred”within 3 years . https:/…
by @Girl_by_the_Aga - 3 days ago
@KarlASD34 Oh no! Glad it's better now though. Hope you have a nice trip
by @Girl_by_the_Aga - 6 days ago
@KarlASD34 Have you got noise cancelling headphones, sunglasses, a scarf with a nice scent on it?
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