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'If somebody gave you a book token as a gift, you wouldn’t know immediately I was the one you wanted to spend it on. You’d enter a bookshop (independent, old-fashioned, with somewhere to sit in a tucked-away corner). My book would lure you.'
Sarah Hilary describes her late diagnosis of autism, the challenges of creating a fictional autistic character, and her experience of working with a sensitivity reader to ensure authenticity in her novels.
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