Oliver’s Magic, Book 1: A Family Secret

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Oliver Augur is an average boy who lives with his grandparents. He has very little memory of his parents. The only thing that has ever stood out to Oliver was his strange dreams. After his twelfth birthday more strange things start to happen. He doesn’t know what is going on, but when he tells his grandparents about all of the strange things that are going on he learns the truth: he is a wizard. More
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About Mark Mulle

Mark Mulle is a passionate Minecraft gamer who writes game guides, short stories, and novels about the Minecraft universe. He has been exploring, building, and fighting in the game ever since its launch, and he often uses in-game experiences for inspiration on creating the best fiction for fellow fans of the game.

He works as an English teacher and splits his time between gaming, reading, and storytelling, three hobbies and lifelong passions that he attributes to a love of roleplaying, a pursuit of challenging new perspectives, and a visceral enjoyment the vast worlds that imagination has to offer. His favorite thing to do, after a long day of creating worlds both on and off the online gaming community, is to relax with his dog, Herobrine, and to unwind with a good book.

His favorite authors include Stephen King, Richard A. Knaak, George R. R. Martin, and R. A. Salvatore, whose fantasy works he grew up reading or is currently reading. Just like in Minecraft, Mark always strives to level up, so to speak, so that he can improve his skills and continue to surprise his audience. He prefers to play massive multiplayer online games but often spends time in those games fighting monsters one on one and going solo against the toughest mobs and bosses he can manage to topple. In every game, his signature character build is a male who focuses mostly on crafting weapons and enchanting, and in every battle, he always brings a one hander sword and a shield with as much magical attributes as he can pour into them.

Because he always plays alone, he likes to use his game guides to share all the secrets and knowledge he gains, and who know—he may have snuck some information into his fiction as well. Keep an eye out for his next book!

Reviews

Review by: Ali Jabeth on Sep. 11, 2017 :
This is the best for younger kids. I recommend reading the first couple chapters at least two or three times and have both parents locked in on the philosophy. It takes a strong resolve to practice love and logic parenting. But it is the most healthy and loving thing you can do for the whole family.
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