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Christopher Healy

P.O. Box 507

Maplewood, NJ 07040

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  1. I thought you would like to know you misspelled the word “recomend”. Silly mistakes are a pet peeve of mine and they can ruin your website’s credibility. In the past I’ve used a tool like to keep mistakes off my website.

    -Scott Matthews Sr

  2. Mr. H, I’m a big fan of yours and I love the trilogy The Hero’s Guide.
    I’m very passionate about Frederick!
    I apologize for my English, I am Brazilian and do not know how to write your language very well.
    I am a designer and would love to make a version of the Hero’s Guide in comic format!
    You okay with that?
    When you’re ready, I’ll send you a copy.
    It’s going to be a simple thing, but believe me, I’ll do it with affection and dedication.
    My name is Samantha Janaina and it is an honor to be able to speak with you.

  3. my friend was reading over my shoulder and she happened to read the part about king moonracer. she is as weird as i am so she ready the entirte series. she then went down to the school library and but your books on the “if you liked” binder for every single book in there. then she went to the principals office and told him about your books. he put it in the mornning anouncements as the recomended book of the week. she then told all of her friends about it. now our school library has 4 coppies of each heroes guide book. all because of king moonracer.

  4. To: A certain writer with skills. (also known as Mr. Healy)
    I love this series! I’m now reading these books aloud to my sister, and she is loving the first book so far. These books have been promoted to the favorite series shelf. I really like how you made the prince’s conversations. Some of them remind me of conversations I’ve had with my friends, random naming of animals included. XD When I was reading a certain chapter aloud in the first book, a certain bandit (whose name starts with a N [but I won’t say more in case people who haven’t read the books read the comments]) shouted “Get in here, boys!” My brothers ran into the room completely confuzzled. Me and my sister cracked up for a couple minutes then had to explain to them that no, we weren’t ordering them around.
    I loved how the illustrator’s (Sorry! I don’t remember his name at the moment and it’s dark in here so I can’t find it.) artwork fit the story. I honestly think it’s the best book and art matchup I’ve seen.
    Thanks for taking the time to write this series! And though I really liked the ending of the last book, I wouldn’t mind having a fourth one turn up sometime. (XD Time to go spam those publishers!)