It’s not everyday that you get to help with something truly special, but this is definitely one of those occasions. One of my test-readers, Nancy Barth, asked if I would take a look at a story her nephew had written. Not just any story. Her nephew, Matthew Schilling, is a young man with mild autism and a creative mind like no other. The Magic Quest is his story, an interpretation of the world most of us are convinced we have mastered, but are far from truly grasping.
Matthew is very fortunate to have such a strong support network standing behind his dreams. I can attest to the fact that writing a book and publishing it is no easy task, and I know a considerable effort went behind The Magic Quest.
Thank you for allowing me to be a small part of bringing Matthew’s story to publication.
Ten Percent of the proceeds from the sale of this book are to be donated to the Easter Seals Central California Autism Intervention Program.
The Magic Quest is available in several formats and will be available in hard copy format shortly.
“The Magic Quest tells the tale of a young man who must stop the Evil Wizard from getting his hands on a certain spell book and thus destroying the world. Magic spells, people-turned-animals-turned-people, detestable bad guys, humor, suspense; this book has it all and more. It is not only a gripping story, but a window into the mind of someone with autism.”