Amy Signs, A Mother Her Deaf Daughter and Their Stories marks a signature departure from other books about raising a Deaf child, because the story is told from two perspectives: that of the hearing parent and of the Deaf child. The book provides help and hope to parents who are raising any special needs child, not just a Deaf child.

Amy's sections of the book will give readers a first-hand account of what it is like to be Deaf in a hearing world. Should all Deaf and their families learn ASL? "Yes!" Amy says. Read her reasons in Amy Signs.

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Writers Write, or What I am Doing Now

I'd like to rest on my laurels, but I have none. Few authors do. Having Amy Signs Published by Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. fulfilled a dream that I envisioned for more than 35 years, but I don't want to be a one-hit wonder like the Baha Men who sang Who Let the Dogs Out.

My next goal is to finish editing my young adult novel, The Whole Plots Crazy, then I will look for a publisher. I'm currently editing chapter 8 of 35 chapters. Select the tab above to read the first chapter. I would love to have your feedback. Did it hold your interest, do you like Rebel, do you want to read more? I accept positive and negative feedback, and currently am groggy on pain medication, so  nasty comments won't bother me. Send comments to rrgernon@gmail.com

I am sad to say I have not sold any stories or persuaded anyone to produce my awarding-winning plays in the last year. But I continue to submit them.  As for past accomplishments, my manuscripts have been published in Love is a Verb, Expecting Miracles, and One Year Joy and Laughter, and on several on line sites. Check my site often to see how I am progressing and to encourage me NOT to be a one hit wonder.

 Buy Hurricane Boy at Amazon.com

My good friend and fellow author, Laura Dragon, had her first book, Hurricane Boy recently published by Pelican Press. 

Laura is a children's counselor by day and a writer by night.    Hurricane Boy is fiction, but based on events that happened to children who were separated from their families in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Suitable for middle school and above 

Read my Blog http://www.amysigns.wordpress.com  

My blog is a mish-mash of events in my life. It is a short read that I try to publish every week. My next book, which is nearing completion, will be a humorous coming of age tale about Rebel, a young girl in Shonefeld, Kansas, who is surrounded by quirky neighbors. Rebel's adventures and her desire to unearth a family secret will entertain readers from middle school and above. 

 
 
 
 
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