Inner Riches has helped people from all walks of life,
of all ages, to those on and off the autism spectrum.
dR. S. ANDERSON PH.D.
You Are Able to
Write What I Can't.
A. s. JAMES
Michelle has an extraordinary ability to convey in words what many can only feel. Using this capacity, Michelle continues to give solace, faith, relief, and liberation to the bereaved through her personal experience of grief. Michelle presents people with green lights, and she does so in both subtle and explicit ways. Story-telling is her gift.
Born in Lake Macquarie, Australia, in 1976 and raised in Port Stephens, Michelle loved the freedom of swimming and riding horses. Her energy was expended on the squash court, and her other aspirations were exploring English and Photography. In 2009 Michelle established Simple Miracle Photography, focusing on her wonderment of flora and fauna. Her work has been featured in several publications. Michelle published her first book, inner riches, in 2019 and later founded www.autisticwomeneverywhere.com, a free worldwide initiative to increase understanding of autism in women. Michelle is also a melanoma survivor. She lives in the Hunter Valley with her long-term partner, Sonia, and their cats, William and Sidney.
I think what you're bringing forward is most important, that with hypersensitivity, there is deep connection.
DR M. PURCELL Ph.D.
Michelle Takes Love
to a New Level.
Michelle Dorothy Riksman
is Mrs. Jotter
You will get to know Michelle as she shares brief
& informal anecdotes about herself and her
experiences. She tells you why notepads
are her thing, why her dishcloth is yellow,
and how some cats have hands.
BY MICHELLE DOROTHY RIKSMAN
Genre: Literary Fiction
You can change your life through writing