James Christie talks about ‘The Boy Who Fell To Earth’

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James Christie is the author of Dear Miss Landau. He was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, a mild form of autism, at the age of 37 in 2002. He lives in the Scottish Borders and contributes regularly to Asperger United and the Autism Resource Centre’s Inspirational newsletter. He also publishes regularly in the Huffington Post where he writes his own blog. Below is an excerpt from his recent article:


‘Kathy Lette’s new novel, The Boy Who Fell To Earth, which recently came out in paperback, deals with the trials and tribulations of a harassed thirtysomething mother coping with her autistic son. Kathy herself has also written an entertaining, insightful article about the trials and tribulations of a fiftysomething mother (herself) coping with her own autistic son.’

Read the article in full here.