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! 😀

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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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