Thankfully, the picture above is not of my own house but rather one of my favorite bookstores because books are heavy to move. In chatting with a handful of my blogging pals on Twitter over the last few weeks, I’ve come to the realization that a good number of us will be moving soon. If you’ve read my post sharing tips for moving in your twenties, then you know just how much I love this process (yes, that is sarcasm you’ve detected). As I am also going to be moving soon, I thought I’d write down and share my process for clearing out my junk stuff with you.
I received this book for free as part of the Blogging for Books Program. If we’re friends on Goodreads, then you know I’ve been struggling to get through this 500+ page abridged history of what we now know as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for quite a while. As I describe later on in the post, this book is very information dense, which I greatly appreciate. That being said, each chapter, each group of five pages contained so much important information that I could only absorb so much in one sitting. If you are a proud non-fiction book enthusiast like myself, you need to pick up In a Different Key.