Scott Meyer is an American author best known for his Magic 2.0 series of books.

Meyer had a very interesting path to success. He worked in radio for a long time and considered himself to be rather unsuccessful. He’d then go on to work as a stand-up comic, but considered himself to only be middling. It wasn’t until he took a job as a ride operator at Walt Disney World that he found himself. He began work on a web comic called Basic Instructions during this time and also self published his first novel, Off to Be the Wizard which led to a publishing deal and the Magic 2.0 series.

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Publication Order of The Authorities Books

The Authorities (2015)Description / Buy at
Destructive Reasoning (2022)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Magic 2.0 Books

Off to Be the Wizard (2013)Description / Buy at
Spell or High Water (2014)Description / Buy at
An Unwelcome Quest (2015)Description / Buy at
Fight and Flight (2017)Description / Buy at
Out of Spite, Out of Mind (2018)Description / Buy at
The Vexed Generation (2019)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Master of Formalities (2015)Description / Buy at
Run Program (2017)Description / Buy at
Grand Theft Astro (With: Elizabeth Evans) (2022)Description / Buy at
Brute Force (2023)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Help Is on the Way (2008)Description / Buy at
Made with 90% Recycled Art (2010)Description / Buy at
Curse of the Masking Tape Mummy (2011)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Collections

Dignified Hedonism (2013)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Stuff You Should Know Books

Jokes Every Man Should Know (By: Don Steinberg) (2008)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Husband Should Know (By: Eric San Juan) (2011)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every American Should Know (By: Joseph D'Agnese,Denise Kiernan) (2012)Description / Buy at
Jokes Every Woman Should Know (By: Jennifer Worick) (2013)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Geek Should Know (By: Quirk Books) (2014)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Groom Should Know (By: Eric San Juan) (2015)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Cook Should Know (By: Joy Manning) (2016)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Gardener Should Know (2017)Description / Buy at
Recipes Every College Student Should Know (By: Christine Nelson) (2017)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Wine Snob Should Know (By: Melissa Monosoff) (2018)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Beer Snob Should Know (By: Ellen Goldstein) (2018)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Mom Should Know (By: Whitney Moss) (2018)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Dad Should Know (By: Brett Cohen) (2018)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Grandfather Should Know (By: James Knipp) (2019)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Tea Lover Should Know (By: Candace Rose Rardon) (2020)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Cheese Lover Should Know (By: Alexandra Jones) (2020)Description / Buy at
Stuff Every Coffee Lover Should Know (By: Candace Rose Rardon) (2021)Description / Buy at

If You Like Scott Meyer Books, You’ll Love…

Off to Be the Wizard is the first book in the comedy and fantasy Magic 2.0 series. The book introduces us to Martin Banks who has discovered something crazy: he ca manipulate reality. No, it isn’t magic. He actually has discovered that reality is just a computer program and that he can hack it. His hacks don’t go unnoticed though and he decides to head back in time to a place where this sort of thing would be more accepted: the Middle Ages where he can become a wizard in King Arthur’s court and find the truth behind the ancient wizard Merlin.

Meyer followed that book up with Spell or High Water which sees Martin continuing his time in medieval England. This time around he centers on his love life a bit and heads to Atlantis to meet up with Gwen. While in Atlantis, trouble finds Martin once again and he finds himself in the middle of murder, mystery, and intrigue. A tough break for a guy who is just trying to get a chance with a girl he likes.

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