Jules Morris, born on November 13, 1970, had been a pilot for over 20 years before he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 7 years ago. This condition is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. Despite the challenges brought about by his condition, Morris found solace in writing. He wrote the book "Melvin" as an ode to his favorite movie "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." His daughter Maya became his inspiration and the driving force behind his writing. In fact, she was the inspiration for everything he wrote. Morris' book "Melvin" is the fourth one he has written, and it is a story about a young boy who goes on an adventure to find his true identity. Unfortunately, Morris' wife left him after he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, leaving him to face his condition alone. Despite this setback, Morris continues to write and inspire others with his story.