The Paperback Project 2022

SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young


Lost But Found

by Antonio Otero

Paperback Project Authors – Antonio Otero

Author’s Note

Writing a book is something I never thought I would ever do. Honestly I never enjoyed reading or writing in school or anywhere else. Whenever I would have to read a book for school I would just try and see if there was a movie I could watch. It’s not that I couldn’t understand or comprehend the books, I just would get bored too fast or uninterested. When SAY asked me to do this book project I wasn’t sure what my response was going to be. After thinking it over I chose to do it and it has definitely been a learning experience not only literature wise but mentally. I learned a lot more about myself while writing this book. I wouldn’t say the process was too hard but there definitely were many bumps along the way. Having to sit down and think of ideas for your own story made me lose my mind at times. Luckily I had my great co-writer Brandon Garegnani and some of my friends to help me spark up ideas. Personally my favorite part of the book is when Martin has to get out of the tunnel in the mountain to escape the wolves. That scene had so much suspense and I had a lot of fun trying to think of different ways he could escape. This is my first book but hopefully not my last.

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'Lost but Found'
Paperback Project Authors – Antonio Otero

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