Awaken the MagicDecember 12, 2016
This story resonated with me on several levels. THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN MAGIC paints a vivid picture of the beginning of the end for the great eastern nations. While I enjoyed the history and action, it was Tecumseh’s troubled relationships and love affair that I think truly makes this an excellent read. THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN MAGIC treats the history fairly, too, and never gets preachy. The magical elements are presented every bit as seriously as the historical elements, and give the entire story an epic dimension worthy of any high fantasy novel.
If you like to read about wise-cracking, ass-kicking heroes going toe-to-toe with the fantastically monstrous, you wont go far wrong with The Wanderer Awakens. It’s a fast-paced, hard hitting supernatural adventure, with only a few elements that might make it unsuitable for YA audiences.
There’s no money in short stories, you might be saying. Why bother? Well, you’re wrong. it can be profitable, but that’s not the main reason you should write it.
We have six sales and giveaways this week, including a .99 cent sale of HOMESICK by Paul J. Joseph: “Imagine a labor camp where the prisoners think they’re in paradise. A prison without walls, but for an unnatural love between captives and their Masters. Scott Anderson is trapped there. And, when his friends come to rescue him he doesn’t want to leave. This is the world of Homesick.”
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Loretta Marion’s debut novel is a twisty page-turner, expertly blending the webs of mystery, danger and suspense with the alluring possibility of romance from a once unrequited love.
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