A Moment in Time – June 18, 2018
Autumn is a graduate from The University of Alabama with a degree in Human Development/Family Studies.
As an artist, Autumn spent much of her 20’s focusing on songwriting. This led to 2 albums. She also spent many years as a photographer.
However, her love of writing won the day.
“Writing is my outlet. It helps me tell the stories in my head. It helps me get rid of emotions. It is my place of comfort.”
Autumn is the wife to a wonderful husband, Steve Calvert, and the mother to a fantastic little boy, Asher.
Asher was diagnosed autistic many years ago. Since then, Autumn has worked to learn as much about autism, therapy, and her son as she can.
“Asher is in every children’s book I write. In ‘bad sheep,’ he is the tricky bad sheep. In ‘The Chubby Fairy,’ he is the fairy. In ‘EAT! I’m HUMMY!,’ he is the little boy with bad manners. He teaches me, and I teach him. What he needs to know to grow up to be a great member of this world, every child needs to know. I work to convey deep concepts in simple ways. Besides, life is simple. It is us who makes it complicated.”
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