Books by Benjamin T. Collier

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Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome continue to affect an increasing number of children and adults around the world. They are puzzling conditions that create a barrier of communication between the child and anyone who wishes to know what the child is experiencing. After twenty-plus years of living on the Autism Spectrum, Benjamin T. Collier has written this book to help families understand a part of what their autistic loved ones may be going through. This is Benjamin’s story.

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“Benjamin Collier writes from personal experience.  As one who has lived his life seeing the world through the eyes of autism, he is more than qualified to share the struggles and triumphs.  Benjamin has learned how to laugh–at himself and with others.  He has learned the art of expression and now offers his knowlege to those who are facing the same trials.  Benjamin’s book is filled with humour and heartbreak and leaves the reader cheering.”

Donna Fawcett
award winning novelist and
author of the writing tutorial
Duke the Chihuahua Writes!

 

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The kingdom of Allandor, once ruled by a noble king who vanished years ago, now lies in the hands of a corrupt steward. In her chambers, Princess Nevaeh, daughter of the king and heir to the throne, waits endlessly for a man whose heart is noble enough to take back the kingdom with her, but no such man can be found. In the dead of night, an unlikely invader into the kingdom sets events in motion which could alter the fate of the kingdom forever.

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“On my first contact with quiet, reserved Benjamin Collier, I didn’t
immediately recognize I had met a special person, a gifted writer with
an explosive imagination. But soon his inspired words carried me into
worlds and adventures far beyond my experience. When you open the
cover of ‘The Kingdom’, hold tight to your chair but release your
imagination as Benjamin transports you on flights of fancy.”

Ray Wiseman, author, columnist, recipient of
The 2009 Leslie K. Tarr Award

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Donna Fawcett

Author’s Note: I would add that The Kingdom contains some mature content, so if you’re thinking of getting it for your kids then I would strongly recommend reading it yourself first and then discerning whether or not your kids are ready for it.

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In this sequel to The Kingdom, the princess is gone, the realm is in shambles, and Daxion is left to pick up the pieces. In the midst of the kingdom’s darkest hour, a mysterious man appears claiming to have the right to the throne of Allandor. As this man collects a following, Daxion must infiltrate their ranks, discover their intentions, and determine the true nature of this strange figure before his claim to the throne leads to war.

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Colin Wade is on a mission. A mission to study a singularity – the enigmatic centre of a black hole. But things are definitely not going according to plan, as Colin finds himself in an area of space with no visible stars at all, until a lone blue light threatens to engulf the ship in a strange fire. Colin will need all of his cunning, and plenty of unlikely help, to solve the mystery of the singularity, or else find himself lost in space indefinitely.

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“A fabulous read! Very interesting premise. I was caught from the first page and found the unrolling of the plot intriguing. I was kept wondering what new twist would be introduced. The denouement was brilliant and very satisfying. I have already recommended the book to several people. I found that I did not want to put it down.”

Carol Pierce, high school teacher

“This is a perfectly paced mystery of speculative science with a deep emotional undercurrent. It’s just beautifully done. It kept me up till 3 am, and I had tears in my eyes when I finished it. (I’ve seen so many books attempt to tug heartstrings that it takes a lot of authenticity to actually pull a tear from me these days.) Rarely do I read perfect endings. Well done, sir, well done.”

C.L. Dyck, freelance writer and editor

 

6 Responses to Books by Benjamin T. Collier

  1. authordonna says:

    Benjamin, your review is up on my website:) Great book.

  2. Beverley Hopwood says:

    Hi Benjamin,
    I bought your book MY LIFE A.S. IS at the Word Guild convention in Guelph in June this year and although I am only half way through it, I wanted to let you know it is wonderful: honest, and very enlightening. I wish I could have read it before I started teaching. I certainly would recommend it for all teachers and prospective teachers because it so helpful having been written from your view point. I have friends with Asperger’s and will recommend it to them. First I’m going to finish reading it and will donate it to our church library.
    may God’s blessings fall upon you — Bev

    • benjaminfrog says:

      Thank you, Beverley. 🙂

      Your name sounds familiar, but I don’t remember if we actually met. I get overwhelmed with the number of people at the conference, so I apologize for my lack of memory.

      Your words are very encouraging. Thank you for taking the time to stop by and let me know.

  3. Erica says:

    Hi Ben ,met you last Monday night and picked up a copy of The Kingdom and Crimson Dawn.read them in one sitting. Can’t wait to find out what is next for the characters.Hurry up and write some more !

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