Bestseller in a Weekend for Fiction Writers – my proposed “Esoteric Conundrum: Life and Work of Architect John Nash”

As a result of yesterday’s set of Bestseller Boot Camp webinars I’m starting to think like an architect again. I did a lot of architectural work in my teens, then specialised in accessibility and connectivity (highways and transportation) engineering to middle age, and then into SPICE (Social, Political, Idealogical, Cultural and Economic) engineering until I […]

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“Autism Symptoms Disappeared With Behavioural Therapy In Babies”

http://time.com/3305027/autism-symptoms-disappeared-with-behavioral-therapy-in-babies/This is wonderful news for many parents, but comes as no surprise to me, because I’m from a bloodline that has been using the technique in private without media hype, for centuries.It even has a colloquial name that many such parents will probably have heard in the early course of their lives, but in a […]

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