Christopher Gary’s book “The Boy Who Was Seen as a Villain” is now available on Amazon, ITunes and Audible!
Sample of “The Boy Who Was Seen as a Villain” audio version:
Words from Christopher:
Hi there, my name is Christopher Gary, an author with Autism Spectrum Disorder. You may be wondering why and how I would become an author, and the answer is simple: Spite.
I took up writing at a young age when my imagination started to make little ‘episodes’ to keep me from being bored to death. The episodes became a series, the series capitalized on my brain, made my entire body a foundation and is now selling nice mochas in my left lung. I decided to start writing when I discovered that all the literature I found in my education was less than stellar, with some of the books being even worse than what I wrote. I took writing a little bit more seriously later on in my life. I write despite having ASD, no desire to pursue literature or writing as a professional career, reading fewer books than a worm and having vowed once as a toddler that nobody would make me learn how to read.
I want to be an example and entertain at the same time. My writing career is a hobby, and I will make it a good one. I hope that my writing is as entertaining to read as it is for me to write.
Thank you for reading and have a wonderful time.
Words from Capricious Codex:
True story. He did vow to never read. That vow held out for a few years and flash cards had no power over him. However, as he continued to live, he discovered that video game tutorials required reading. Turns out he’s a gaming savant. “Viewtiful Joe” and Pokemon were at stake. The words won.
Stuff Chris Has Done:
Chris is a talented graphic artist as well as an author. He created the cover art for “The Boy Who Was Seen As A Villain” and “Chertima.”