Attempting Something Different

I’ve always wanted to write intriguing tales. My love is science ficyion, but I guess with all of my previous books, you probably got that. The next one I’m writing is a tad personal.

My son, Jehrick Robertson has a form of Autism called Asperger’s Syndrome. He didn’t catch it, he was born with it.

Holly Robinson-Pete, Jenny McCarthy, Ed Asner, and Toni Braxton know what I’m talking about. They all have a child with an ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). It can’t be cued, yet.

I had a disease  that couldn’t be cured, Diabetes Type 2, but with a pancreas transplant, I was corrected. It’s only a matter of time.

This new book is tapping into the fantasy of the ASD correction. Since I’m nowhere near a doctor, this may be ludicrous, but in the ’60s, Star Trek had wireless communicators, and now everyone who wants one has a cellphone. When you make up stuff, sometimes life imitates art.

I’m not finished just yet, but this story will have that Kyle twist on it. Sometimes, I like to stretch 🙂






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