(No, I am not pregnant. And whoever just said that is in big trouble.)
Although it does feel like I just delivered a baby, except minus the ooky delivery stuff and the nursing and the teeny little newborn onesies.
Actually, I it’s like I delivered TWO babies, maybe twins, but not the kind that look exactly alike.
Alright, I’ll get to the point.
On January 20th, Jessica Kingsley Publishing is re-publishing “What Color Is Monday? How Autism Changed One Family for the Better.” I am so excited to share this, because I had to keep it kind of a secret for a long time.
The book has a few updates and a new look, and will be available throughout the country and as an e-book. They hope to translate it into different languages, and every time I think about the part where I yell at that poor blind man to move his dog being read out loud in German or Italian or Spanish, I laugh out loud. I can’t help it.
I also have a second book, available in February, called “Someone I’m With Has Autism.” This is a collection of the blogs with some new material, and a drawing by Jack’s 4th grade teacher, Mr. Hines.
This book was also kind of a secret, mostly because we had such a hard time trying to figure out the cover. Then, at the 11th hour before the final draft was due, our long-time babysitter and family friend managed to take this picture of Jack and Wolfie.
I just love it.