Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed
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Kopachuck Middle School Speaking Engagement

On June 5th, I will have a speaking engagement at the Middle School over at Kopachuck. My topic for the students and staff will be about kindness, and how it is possible to have a great time in High School. I know how to have a great time by experience. I mean yeah there are […]

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Bainbridge High Grad Talks About Life with Autism, Bullying, and His New Book

An article by a grat woman I chatted with named Julie Hall. Here is the article below. Enjoy! http://www.insidebainbridge.com/2014/01/05/bainbridge-high-grad-talks-about-life-with-autism-bullying-and-his-new-book/ I gotta say just to be honest, it’s not totally accurate, the part where she said “universes” when it’s really galaxies. Well, the book speaks for itself. The article is still great!

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Colors

As I mentioned in chapter 25, I used to think that “rainbow” was one color. Turns out I was just being cute and said that all colors are amazing, but everyone has their favorite single color so I chose red. This article is like the one about the numbers. The numbers have their own meanings, […]

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Scenery before Sleep

I live near the Seattle area, and when I see the city at a good angle, it reminds me of my toddler days. When I was little, sometimes I would have trouble falling asleep, so sometimes when my mom and I were coming home from shopping or from school, she would say:  “Tyler, do you want to see […]

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End School Crises

In my final days of high school, I have discovered the processes I call the End School Crises. For those who don’t know what the End School Crises (ESC) is, let my tell you what it’s about. I have been in school for a really really long time. About 15 years I’d say including preschool […]

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Evolution of Classmates

There is that crazy theory that the evolution of man started off as apes. To me that’s silly because I see chimpanzees in the zoo and all over the world. I do believe that there is some sort of evolution in the world, and it comes from the closest people that have been with us since elementary school. The evolution of classmates. […]

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“Population One” The Kickstarter Project We Love (Article by an unknown author on the ASD Update.)

http://www.asdupdate.com/2013/05/population-one-kickstarter-project-we. Normally I review books that are already published, but this one is special, and I can’t wait to receive my signed copy. Mcnamer is a young man with a story to share. Well, more than a story. In his book “Population One”, Tyler describes his unique experience living a life with autism.  Tyler discusses the obstacles he […]

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Being a teenage author

I never thought I’d be the youngest author of Bainbridge Island, and I’d say it’s a new chilling experience. It’s that chilling feeling when somethings new and you don’t know what to do and feel kinda lost. That’s the feeling I’ve been going through in high school. Also, I just wanted to say that I […]

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The Project.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tylermcnamer/population-one-autism-adversity-and-the-will-to-su This is a video about my upcoming book. This is just an introduction so that’s why the interviews are a little shorter because later on there will be interviews promoting the book Population One. Watch it on Kickstarter.com and support the project today! Enjoy the video.

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