I'm in the process of turning this site into a book. It won't just be a collection of posts already seen here, but a mix of new and existing material put together to create a useful resource for Autistic people in general, for late-diagnosed Aspies like myself in particular, and also for the people who live with us, love us, teach us and work with us. It'll have a similar focus and tone to what goes on here. But probably with less swearing.
In the name of making sure it actually is as useful as possible for as many people as possible, I'm doing a survey to find out more about prospective readers and what you'd like to see in such a book. It covers all sorts of ground, from what topics you'd like to see included to whether you'd prefer person-first or identity-first language, whether you'd rather a hard copy, an ebook or an audiobook, and whether you'd chip in if the publishing was crowd funded. (These aren't all things I'm actually considering at this moment - I'm just collecting the information because things will, inevitably, change as the project goes on.)
You'll find the survey here:
If you have any trouble, just drop me a line.
Thank you very much for your help!