SHS student publishes second book

November 25, 2013

Sweetwater High School junior Alex Moschella (second from left) is pictured in the SHS Library with his leaders, Assistant Principal Tecka Mobley, Principal Stacy Jones and Librarian Pam Lawrence.

Sweetwater High School junior Alex Moschella recently published his second book. His most recent work is a collection of poetry titled "Pathways" and can be purchased at Amazon.com.
Moschella spent many years of his childhood undergoing tests and later experienced vivid imaginary play, where his imagination mixed with reality. He was later diagnosed with high-functioning autism/Asperger's syndrome.
Moschella has been writing poetry since sixth grade, filling up composition books to deal with his autism/Asperger's syndrome. When he showed his hobby off to some of his high school teachers last school year, his Spanish teacher encouraged him to take his writing to the next level by publishing his book online.
His first book of poems was entitled "A World in My Eyes: The Dusk of Autism" and has been sold through the websites CreateSpace and Amazon. The book highlights pain, love, religion and Moschella's experiences in being different.

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