I came across Nicole's book via one of Ritesh Kala's tweets on Twitter. I clicked on it and went to his blog: Ritesh Kala's Book Reviews. There I learned more about this wonderful author, her inspiring son and the heartache that comes to kids with autism. Bullying is never warranted and for the disabled children of America, bullying sometimes plays a heavy part in their lives.
I then read about this wonderful mother, Nicole Storey and how she came up with a way to give us readers an awareness of Autism and to realize that having Autism doesn't mean your stupid. As her character Gage (using her son as her muse) discovers the world of Grimsley Hollow and the friends he makes along is first adventure, Nicole brings the spirit of her own son out in the character, giving you the reader a peek into the mind of an autistic boy.
I then went to Amazon and looked up Nicole's book and took a look inside (wonderful feature). Right from the start, you are drawn into the story and with the many raving reviews that go along with it, I was convinced this was a book worth purchasing. At a mere $2.99, it is well worth the price. I now have The chosen one of The Grimsley Hollow Series in my Kindle library and look foward to reading the rest of it.
Click on this link to get to know the author in this wonderful interview at Kitesh's site - http://riteshkala.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/nicoles-books-an-introduction-to-the-grimsley-hollow-series/
and click this link to go to Amazon.com and purchase your own copy of this wonderful book - http://www.amazon.com/Chosen-One-Grimsley-Hollow-ebook/dp/B005J4ZA2A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1330538159&sr=8-1#_
Thankyou Nicole Storey for your inspirational story and wonderful heart.
I am still one of the many who know just a smidge of what comes with autism, but know alot about bullying and the cruelty of children. What a wondeful idea and a wonderful