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Distracted Magic:
An ADHD fantasy fairy tale


ADHD is magic. Sometimes, dark magic.

Kay is a new fairy, who’s a bit too much for some tastes.

Rather than granting wishes, she finds herself failing on account of being distracted, forgetful, impulsive and lacking concentration.

Things aren't getting any better when society accuses her of purposeful offence. She wouldn’t wish to wish the wish the witch wishes, but how to tell a fairy from a witch?


From readers’ reviews:

“This is a creative imagination masterpiece. Kay is very captivating. The antagonists are hardcore! Very interesting! I can't wait to read the whole book.”

“I haven’t seen many stories — especially fantasy ones — that have explored ADHD in any way, shape or form, let alone something similar to this.”

“Distracted Magic really has the reader think about how ADHD impacts people’s actions, having them not necessarily line up with their intentions.”

“My favorite thing about it was that it made me think.”

“Each new character has its own unique voice… wonderful writing style. Very vivid descriptions.”

“You grasped the feelings and frustrations that come from constant distractions.”

“Has a very Alice in Wonderland quality, mixed with Hans Christian Andersen and Aesop's fables.”