Discussing Williams Syndrome with Sarah Chorn

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I introduced you to Sarah Chorn a while ago. She wrote a stunning review for Pretty Little Dead Girls that just touched my heart. But she’s done even more than that! Sarah interviewed me for her wonderful column Special Needs in Strange Worlds, which runs in the SF Signal Magazine. Sarah’s column helps raise awareness for not only diversity in genre fiction, but she specifically emphasizes special needs. She invited me to talk about my feelings of diversity in fiction, and we discussed my son, Williams Syndrome, and how he has influenced my writing.

I thank her so much for the opportunity to discuss something so exceptionally dear to me. Please read it, if you have a chance, and get to know a little more about Niko and WS.  🙂

I was also delighted that the Williams Syndrome Association ran the interview on their Facebook page. That made me so happy!

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2 thoughts on “Discussing Williams Syndrome with Sarah Chorn

  1. I did read the review. It was heartwarming coming from someone who knows you only a little. As soon as year end activities permit I’ll read about Williams Syndrome, about which I now know nothing. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season.

  2. Love reading it! I love Niko, he took my heart many years ago.
    I admire you and your husband and the ability you both have to always carry an honest smile.
    Thank you for sharing 🙂

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