Grady P. Brown is a science fiction author who is diagnosed with high functioning autism. He is a connoisseur of the science fiction, fantasy, and superhero genres. In addition, he is an autism ambassador, hoping to demonstrate the potential benefits one can gain from being autistic.

As a writer, Grady P. Brown utilizes his autism to visualize the story taking place inside of his head like a movie. Also, he has a very strong memory, allowing him to store information about his characters and stories in his brain as though it were a computer hard-drive. His superhero series, The Young Guardians, is based on a childhood fantasy he shared with his best friends of becoming superheroes.

He is also a passionate pit bull lover and owns a sweet and loving pit bull named Fitch.

For more information, go to the following links:

Amazon Author Page

Autism Live

Orange County Register

Autism Awareness Day 2014

Autism Live 2016 (Part 1)

Autism Live 2016 (Part 2)

558 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Grady,

    My name is Ja’Mei. I’m the creator of G.U.M: Growing Up Millennial. The focus of the site is to serve as a platform to connect millennials. Our goal is to help others to interact, reblog, and even collaborate on sites and projects. We’d love to speak to you when you have a moment. We can be reached at info@iamgum.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Ja’Mei & The G.U.M Team

  2. Hi there and thank you so much for following my blog. I popped over to see yours and I couldn’t believe it when I read about your connection with Autism. My youngest son has severe autism amongst other things and I am all for anyone who is an ambassador for this condition. Thank you on behalf of my son and everyone else for what you do and I really take my hat off to you for the work that you have done and are producing. I look forward to keeping up to date with what you are doing. Best regards, AnnMarie.

  3. Hey Thanks for following my blog, I was inspired to see what your doing for the autism community. I dont read much of science fiction but would gladly try out your books. Cheer!

  4. Thanks for liking my new blog! I am so impressed with your blog and your Amazon Author page. You are very tech savvy. I hope to publish on Amazon soon myself, so you are an inspiration to me.

  5. Grady,
    Thank you for liking a post of mine, and the follow! I’m always puptting up something new a few times a week, at least I try. Reading this page is wonderful. Keep on doing what you’re doing. It’s great to see someone taking what they really enjoy and putting their talents to work, running with it. So many don’t and toil away unhappily, never realizing themselves.

    Keep going.

  6. Hi, Grady, thanks for following Empireshostage.com. My husband also has high functioning autism or Aspergers – never could quite get a definite diagnosis but no matter. Book I of the Empire’s Legacy series, Empire’s Daughter, is available on Amazon or can be read on Wattpad, if you ‘re interested.

  7. Thank you for visiting my blog. I’ll look forward to checking into your blog more closely. Have a great day!

  8. Thanks for following me, Grady! When I saw you were a pit bull lover, I couldn’t follow you back fast enough. 🙂 My pits are named Danica and Xena. I look forward to checking out some of your work!

  9. Grady thank you for checking out my blog! I’ve been reading through yours and love it! I worked with children diagnosed with autism through the end of my undergrad studies and for two years in Chicago. I think what you’re doing is incredible, especially as I’m a huge fan of superheroes and comics as well! I don’t know if you’d be interested, but I’d be very happy to do some kind of comic illustration for your story! Let me know 🙂

  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog and introducing me to yours. I too visualize my stories like movies in my head. In fact every book I enjoy plays that way to me, complete with unique voices and personalities. Keep writing and looking forward to following.

  11. Hi Grady !! I`m a HUGE SCI-FI and Fantasy fan of authors like Tolkien Ray Bradbury Isaac Asimov–and the list goes on and guess what?? You just got added !! I firmly believe (as others do) that the stories predict the future. Looking forward to reading your stories.

  12. Very cool life you have Grady. I’m impressed by your writing and impressed that you are following your passion.
    I’d love to see a pic of your pit bull dog Fitch.

    Thanks for checking out my blog.

  13. Sorry I never got around to thanking you for visiting my blog before – I’m still trying to get a handle on everything. Thanks for noticing my little corner of WordPress. I do hope Fitch and Wally are getting along!

  14. Thank you for following my blog. I’m impressed with your site. As the mother of two kids with autism, I’m grateful for role models such as yourself. Thanks for putting yourself out there!

  15. Hi, thanks for visiting my Blog. You appear to have done well in raising the profile of autism – well done you. Such openness and honesty is the best way we can overcome stigma. I have epilepsy and this too is misunderstood by many. Good luck with your blog.

  16. Thanks for the follow (I know I am a little late) and Happy Holidays!

    My 10 year old has autism. Autism is a journey. Your writing gives me hope to the future for my son.

    Never give up on your dreams, Grady. You are an amazing writer! Your words come to life on the page!


  17. Grady,
    What a wonderful introduction and congratulations on your achievements. I’m happy to hear you are an ambassador for autism. I have a grandson with Aspergers (a form of autism). He is very smart and it is encouraging to see your success.

    Thank you so much for stopping by the Cow Pasture. I’m thrilled you liked it well enough to jump the fence, welcome! i look forward to hearing from you and reading your comments. May 2016 bring you even more success.

  18. Hi Grady! I love the fact that you have so many written works. I’m a sci-fi fan and can’t wait to read the first book in the Young Guardians series. I also plan to introduce your work to my nephews.

    Keep the writing coming!

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