Autism Awareness Blog Hop 2017

Welcome to the 2017 Autism Blog Hop. First off I want to say a huge thank you to all the wonderful authors, bloggers and readers who have agreed to take part this year. Not only will them sharing information help in my campaign of spreading awareness through my little corner of the web, but they have taken time out of their own schedules to help out. *Love you all*.

Below is the list of participants, and a lot of them, in fact nearly all of them, are offering prizes to anyone who interacts with their posts. 

Watch out for some Texas-shorts featuring the Campbell-Hayes... more details to follow. I hope you enjoy visiting all the sites, finding new authors, and along the way learning a bit more about what autism is.

Hugs, RJ XXX

April 1 - Julie Bozza
April 2 - RJ Scott
April 2 - Lily Harlem
April 3 - Alexa Milne
April 3 - HK Carlton
April 4 - Annabelle Jacobs 
April 5 - Nancy Adams
April 5 - Barbara Elsborg
April 6 - Jami Davenport
April 7 - Alex Jane
April 8 - Evelise Archer
April 9 - Beany Sparks
April 10 - Jennifer Loring
April 11 - V.L. Locey
April 12 - JL Merrow
April 13 - Jess Buffet
April 14 - Sydney Lea
April 14 - AJ Henderson
April 15 - Elin Gregory
April 16 - Amber Kell
April 17 - DJ Jamison
April 18 - SA Meade
April 19 - Lillian Francis
April 20 - Tara Lain
April 21 - Charlie Cochrane
April 22 - J.M. Dabney
April 23 - Clare London
April 24 - N.R Walker
April 25 - Jay Northcote
April 26 - Amy Lane
April 27 - Blaine D Arden
April 27 - Nic Starr
April 28 - Cate Ashwood
April 29 - Silvia Violet
April 30 - Ruby Moone


  1. Well not an author on this awareness tour but a good autism fiction I would recommend is Carry the Ocean by Heidi Cullinan.

  2. I really love Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths' WILL AND PATRICK WAKE UP MARRIED series. Patrick is an amazing romantic hero: funny, incredibly sexy, very perceptive of Will's needs, a neurosurgeon and brilliant pianist...and happens to be on the spectrum.

    --Trix, vitajex(at)aol(Dot)com

  3. AHPG:
    Thank You RJ for organizing another blog hop to raise awareness for Autism. I look forward to visiting all the authors on this blog hop :)


  4. This is awesome! I have a severely autistic, low-functioning non-verbal 21 year old son. Thanks for raising autism awareness! I know that all the families of children with autism appreciate it so much. I DO!!!

  5. This is fantastic! In my family we have many loved ones who are affected by different aspects of the spectrum so I'm always looking to help get awareness of it out to those around me! So proud to see others do so as well!

    Shannon dr(dot)baby(dot)lady(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. This is awesome. My family was blessed enough to get my daughter into a program that has helped her overcome so much. Her teacher is amazing and loving with all her students.

  7. I love your books. Boy Banned was a great book.

  8. As a sign of gratitude for how my son was saved from autism, i decided to reach out to those still suffering from this.
    My son suffered autism in the year 2013 and it was really tough and heartbreaking for me because he was my all and the symptoms were terrible, he always have difficulty with communication, , and he always complain of poor eye contact . we tried various therapies prescribed by our neurologist but none could cure him. I searched for a cure and i saw a testimony by someone who was cured and so many other with similar body problem, and he left the contact of the doctor who had the cure to autism . I never imagined autism has a natural cure not until i contacted him and he assured me my son will be fine. I got the herbal medication he recommended and my son used it and in one months time he was fully okay even up till this moment he is so full of life.autism has a cure and it is a herbal cure contact the doctor for more info on on how to get the medication. Thanks for reading my testimony .