My Life A.S. Is – (An Inside Look at Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome)

News Update.

My autobiography about growing up on the Autism Spectrum is finally here! 😀

My Life A.S. Is: An Inside Look at Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Autobiography by Benjamin T. Collier

It’s available on Amazon and also through my page on the Great Canadian Authors website, which now includes both of my books!

eBook editions are expected shortly and I will post another update when they arrive.

Thanks again to Word Alive Press for making this possible!

About benjaminfrog

Yo. I'm a 30-something Christian guy and published author with a love for gaming, fantasy and sci-fi. I blog about pop culture, living as a young Christian guy, and living with A.S.
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4 Responses to My Life A.S. Is – (An Inside Look at Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome)

  1. annasklar says:

    YAHOO!!
    I posted it on my Facebook page, I know there were a couple of teachers interested in the book…
    So proud of you little brother!
    And I love you.
    You are going to reach out to so many people through this sharing of your life. God will use it in amazing ways – I just know it!

  2. Linda Hamel says:

    My husband bought this book for me because I work as an EA (Educational Assistant) and several of my students have autism..When you described you r expeiences growing up I could hearin my mind the voices of children I know—though I hope that schools have gotten more understanding since your “South Park” days. Thanks for helping me see how the world looks and feels to a person living with autism—from the inside. I also appreciated how you spoke clearly about your faith. It gave me a new way of looking at things I believe.
    I’m going to give copies of your book to friends and colleagues. It’s way more useful than just clinical descriptions in helping us understand what aurism is like.

    • benjaminfrog says:

      Thank you, Linda. I hoped with this book to help people understand the feelings of the autistic condition, as opposed to the technical information. So your comment is very encouraging. 🙂

      I’m sure teachers have gotten better since those days. Some of the nicest people I know today are teachers themselves. And the condition is more recognized and better understood.

      I’m glad you found my book helpful, Linda. Thank you. 🙂

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