My “New Heroes” #2 – Writers who publish late in life

Have you heard of "The Fraud Squad"? Neither have I. But I'm betting you've heard of "Crazy Rich Asians" and "The Devil Wears Prada." Well, it seems that a fellow countryman, or should I say countrywoman, of mine had just scored a major coup! At the tender age of 23, Ms. Kyla Zhao hit the … Continue reading My “New Heroes” #2 – Writers who publish late in life

My “New Heroes” #1 – Famous Procrastinating Writers

Talk about procrastinators! Nearly 12 months ago, I wrote about my "Writer's Pause", and how I've been reluctant to press on with my book-length memoir rewrite. It seems in all this time, not very much has changed! My "PAUSE" button seems to be working more like a "STOP" button instead. Welcome to the abysmal life … Continue reading My “New Heroes” #1 – Famous Procrastinating Writers

Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #6 of 6

This is it, the last autism priority area unwrapped! Finally, after two months! Since the start of May, I've been writing every Saturday about my country's first-ever Autism Enabling Masterplan (AEM) -- launched in January -- and its six High Priority Areas (HPA). Took a break last week to write about Father's Day but now … Continue reading Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #6 of 6

Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #5 of 6

Four down. Two to go. Surely this series I've been writing on the Autism Enabling Masterplan (AEM) and its six High Priority Areas (HPA) can't get any worse. Right? And yet, it just did. With this week's HPA #5 -- Residential Continuum. [If you're new to my blog and this series, please find my brief … Continue reading Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #5 of 6

20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 4/4)

Finally. Here it is. I started this 'mini-series' four weeks ago and I'm now ready to bring it to a close. If you've been patiently following (thanks lots!), you'll know this series aims to list 20 things I've learned about writing and blogging since chocking up my 200th blog post last month. Delivering them weekly … Continue reading 20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 4/4)

Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #4 of 6

Yep. It's true. This ASD series just gets harder and harder to write. Why? Since blogging about our nation's Autism Enabling Masterplan (AEM) a month ago, my overwhelming sense that this is something bigger than any one of us advocating, partnering, and supporting those in the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) community, has just become more … Continue reading Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #4 of 6

20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 3/4)

Hey glad you came back! Always thankful when readers return. After all, it's a big ask on my part to make you wait seven days each time before I reveal the complete list of 20 things about writing I learned. After posting my 200th blog! The good news is we're already halfway done. And by … Continue reading 20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 3/4)

Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #3 of 6

Maybe I've hit the halfway mark here as I explore the topic of autism via a new master plan. Whatever it is, I now find this master plan series a lot harder to write about than I imagined. Why? It has a lot to do with what I've learned so far, including this particular HPA#3 … Continue reading Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #3 of 6

20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 2/4)

Today I'm sharing my second installment of 20 things I learned from blogging these past two years, by listing the next five things. This time round, #6 - #10 will focus on the technicalities of writing itself. Here's hoping you'll find this list as helpful as last week's. Let's go! #6 Know what I'm writing … Continue reading 20 things I learned from 200 blogs (Part 2/4)

Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #2 of 6

Last week, I wrote on the first High Priority Area or HPA#1 - Quality Assurance for Autism Services. This was after I had kicked off this series on our nation's first Autism Enabling Masterplan (AEM) with an intro a fortnight ago. Today, I will continue with HPA#2 - Planning for Life. (For those interested, the … Continue reading Our Autism Enabling Masterplan – High Priority Area #2 of 6