Hidden in my Fingers is a short anthology of poetry by an autistic young woman. Her poetry speaks to everything from living with autism, to her beloved cat, to nature and her faith. She dreams of the day where people with autism will be loved and appreciated not just despite their autism, but also because of it.
Scarlet’s Voice: Scarlet Mead is a nine-year-old girl who loves pink, poetry, and animals. But, because Scarlet has autism and therefore very little speech, she has never been able to express her ideas, opinions, and desires to anyone. Imagine was happens when Scarlet gets an iPad and learns to type her thoughts! Everyone is shocked at Scarlet’s wisdom. Read how one girl changes her own world by finding her voice!
Living in Technicolor: An autistic’s thoughts on raising a child with autism is a collection of pieces (poetry, blog posts, questions and answers, and recipes). My goal is to sell 150 copies in order to raise the money needed to bring my service dog home. It’s available here and on Kindle here.