All my communication with 0-books was by e-mail. Everything I was supposed to contribute to the book was given a place on the working web site except for the words on the cover. The title and author’s name were a given. I have a lifelong problem with assumptions. I assumed they would include the one line description of the contents as they were written on the cover page. Wrong! When I said I thought the book cover design was great, that was my formal approval of it as is. On Feb. 22nd, I asked where they would put the line about raising an undiagnosed Aspergers son to adulthood so potential readers would know it wasn’t an insect control book. That got an immediate reply that the cover was a done deal. I sometimes longed for a phone number.
I felt that mentioning Asperger Syndrome was vital to attract the readers with a strong interest in the subject. My son, Seth, said the zany title would make most people pick up the book and turn it over to see what the subject was. I hope he was right.