You Can Write Your Story (Guest Post by Anne Peters, Author of The Dragon Who Would Be King)

Imagine there is a magical world where a dragon is raised by an owl. Now, imagine that the dragon spends most of his childhood thinking that he is an owl, only to find out that he is a dragon. Not only that, but the dragon learns the he is apart of an ancient prophecy that states that he, with the help of a human, must rise up and save his beloved world from the clutches of an evil sorcerer. Intrigued? If so, read on.


This is a part of the basis of my fanciful story, “The Dragon Who Would Be King.” Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Anne Peters. And I’m visually impaired. Although, I prefer the term alternately enabled. You are probably wondering, “how can someone with a visual impairment, who has a full time job, write a book?” Well, let me shed some light on that subject. First of all, writing a book is hard work. But anyone can do it. It doesn’t matter whether you have a disability or not. The trick is not to give up. You have to be dedicated. Think of writing a book as your second job. This book took me two years to write and eight months to edit, format, and publish. I would brainstorm during the week. Then I would write on the weekends. My message to all the would-be writers out there is this: if you have a story to tell, start writing now. Don’t let anything, or anyone, hold you back.


Now, let’s get back to this wonderful tale. The “human” that I referred to earlier eventually becomes visually impaired and must find a way to adapt and fulfill, with the assistance of the dragon, the prophecy. I did this to illustrate that people with disabilities can do amazing things if only given the chance. Also, I value teamwork. I have always wanted to write a fantasy book for kids. Furthermore, I think it’s important to keep teaching our children about issues such as Disability Rights. I could go on, but I do not want to deprive anyone of the pleasure of reading my book. You can find it on Amazon and Apple Books. Happy reading!

Anne Peters



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  1. Got my copy Anne. Love it. I knew in kindergarten that you would go to great places in your life and you can now add Author to your list of wonderful accomplishments! So happy for you!!!

  2. Having read and greatly enjoyed your book, I also got the audio version. That adds another dimension to the character development of your fascinating animals and humans . I highly recommend to your readers that they also treat themselves to the audio version.

  3. This sounds like a wonderful story Anne. Thanks for sharing your writing journey.


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