What You Do and Don't See With Autism
A little piece I wrote for the magazine-"Aweinautism"
I am an author and a middle school music teacher . I'm a widower, and have an amazing autistic son. He was the inspiration for my book, THROUGH FISHER'S EYES (An Autism Adventure)
Curious to know your son's opinion on the book. How did he react when he read it? It is something that I always wonder when parents of autistic children write about them or on their behalf. Our inner world is very different from others' perception, no matter how close people are to us. And we're all different in the spectrum, but I always found that is in differentness and diversity that lies the beauty of life, and humanity.
As autistic, "The Sacred Book of G" is my first book written in a stream of consciousness, and even though the reviews have been great I also had some emails of people who didn't understand the world I live in. As person, creator, etc. Maybe because the book is unfiltered, and I didn't even read it before being published to keep it honest. My latest book "I Energy" is more focused on healing and guidance, as tutor of autistic teenagers also.