Small Heroes ~ Big Adventure!
Marty knew it was going to be a strange morning. But she had no idea that her life was about to change forever—or possibly end. As her troubles compound, Marty learns the Castle of Light has fallen to a rogue Blue Witch and her monstrous Lutabeast army. With everyone’s fate hanging in the balance, Marty is thrust into an unexpected and dangerous adventure. Her only companion? Roger Ruzo—the unlikeliest of friends.
Only one thing’s for sure. If she can’t overcome her fears and learn to believe in herself, then it’ll all be for nothing. She’ll surely fall to the perils and doubt that taunt her and Ruzo along their journey.
The first book in the Marty series, Marty is the classic family book that’s entertaining for all ages. Join Marty and Ruzo on an adventure that will tickle the funny bone, tug at the heartstrings and spark the imagination.
Targeted Age Group:: 8-14
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wanted to write a story that would be a fun and light read, while subtly teaching them a few important life lessons along the way.
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E. W. Choate Jr. says he is, "just somebody that likes to write." In actuality, he’s always been an adventurous spirit. Never one to play it safe, he’s jumped off where angels fear to tread, on more than one occasion.
Fun Facts: E.W. Choate is licensed to drive everything from a motorcycle to big-rig trucks, and yes, even airplanes. He’s been married since 1991 and is a dad to three grown kids. He also has seven grandkids, including three princesses and four knights.
These days, you’ll usually find him at his home atop a mountain, where he does most of his writing while sitting on his upper-level screened-in porch, within a forest. He enjoys taking in the views of surrounding mountaintops, a lake far below, and the interactions of all the animals that abound.
Good-humored and happy to encourage, first and foremost, he says, "Believe in yourself. You can do much more than you think, or sometimes can even imagine."
One of his favorite quotes was by Albert Einstein, who said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Because knowledge is limited, yet imagination encircles the world."