Neurodivergence and Mystery

Absence of Evidence
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I’ve taken Charles French up on his generous offer to publish a guest post promoting my latest story on his popular blog. Mystery Weekly Magazine has published my novelette “Absence of Evidence,” a story that’s more than just a murder mystery.

Be sure to check out the background on my latest work. And don’t forget to follow Charles French, whose blog offers a wealth of resources for both writers and fans of speculative fiction. French teaches literature, and is an accomplished writer himself.

Mystery Weekly Magazine is a Mystery Writers of America approved publisher, and is available in digital and print formats on Amazon.

8 thoughts on “Neurodivergence and Mystery”

  1. Bravo, Mike. I think it’s great that you are including neurodiverse characters. In my college tutoring center, we are seeing a rise in neurodiverse populations (Autism, Dyslexia, etc.) due to our college removing the SAT/ACT requirement. Many of these students are doing well in college and wouldn’t have had the opportunity because of standardized tests.

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