When Juniper Chadwell and Caleb Ketterbridge were taken away from their normal lives and landed smack in the middle of their own little fantasy worlds, they are confused as to know what to do to survive.
As they say, you either live in the real world or you must die.
Juniper finds herself as a princess, but instead of living a cushy life in a grand palace, she’s on the run. As for Caleb, he too ends up in a world where he once was a fairy prince, but even that’s not the case with him.
Sadly, our two Aspie heroes are not living the lives that they imagined, no thanks to political turmoil and magic.
I’ll be back next week for another post on what they need to so in order to survive living in the other world.
My books “Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever” and “The Summer of Our Discontent” are available on Smashwords.com
- Autism and uncontrolable emotions (adultswithautism.org.uk)
- Autism Linked to Man-Made Climate Change (guardianlv.com)
- Children with Autism More Sedentary Than Their Peers (howtolearn.com)
- Asperger’s as Mere Genius (bloggingastrid.com)
- View The So Do You Think You Have Asperger’s Syndrome Presentation (geekalabama.com)
- Theory finds that individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome don’t lack empathy – in fact if anything they empathize too much (lennemi.wordpress.com)
- Fanasy World (soydoreen.wordpress.com)