M. Anton T.
M. Anton T. is the new “Mark Twain” of the 21st Century. With the simplicity of his brush-like applications of “totally new” words on canvas, the ability of depicting real-lifetime adventures experienced throughout world travels, and using fictional-character names to protect the privacy of those many thousands, involved in his many experiences throughout his life.
A refugee, from an island that revolted and was consumed by communist rule, with a dictatorship lasting over half a century, the young boy from a well-to-do professional family, makes his way into the United States of America. As the young M. Anton T.’s family settles into one of the wealthiest areas of the U.S., better known as the Bethesda-Chevy Chase “Beltway Society”, he grows into a Military Academy Cadet leader, as well as a national sports figure, allowing him access to sports celebrities of the era, such as Muhammad Ali, and even U.S. Presidents. After college, and a brief stint as a pro tennis player representing the first sponsorship of the YONEX brand that allowed him to travel around the world, he finally settled in southern Spain, “La Costa Del Sol”. While completing his studies as a medical student in Spain, he was approached by the U.S. Government to train and become part of the initial Special OPS”5”, and initiate and be part of one of the most decorated military outfits in U.S. Military history… accepting, M.A.T. became one of the youngest participants in special OPS operations, with one special mission in IRAN.
M.A.T.’s (M. Anton T.’s) true life experiences in chronological and historically proven events taking place during the ‘60s, ‘70’s, and 1980’s have led to a series of Short Stories, V.I.P. Memoirs & Interviews, and an initial novel, soon to be published by SIMON & SCHUSTER/ARCHWAY PUBLISHING Co., “RUN, … Don’t Stop”. This novel of a “true-experience-fictional-character” sequence of how a simple “refugee”, can become an “All-American” leader, is what led me to hire M. Anton T., to do my memoirs as a Ghostwriter. --- M. W., Former Chief of Staff, to a United States President.