A Kind of Spark
About The Book
"While you may be neurotypical and I'm autistic, I promise. We are more alike than we are different."
"People aren't like books. A familiar book is always the same, always comforting and full of the same words and pictures. A familiar person can be new and challenging, no matter how many times you try to read them."
Themes: Autism, Identity, Bullying, Own Voice
Cover design by Kay Wilson
Check out the Author
Elle McNicoll is a Scottish and neurodivergent author now living in England. Tired of a lack of inclusivity and Own Voice representation in the publishing industry she published her debut novel A Kind of Spark in 2020 to critical acclaim. One of the books of 2020, we can't wait to see what she releases next. Find out more at her website or on Twitter.
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